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2005 Annual 
Buncombe Baptist Association 



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Association 

THE HEARTBEAT DF MISSION!! IN THE MOUNTAINS 



Our Churches on Mission to the World 

Acts 1:8 



Digitized by the Internet Archive 
in 2013 



http://archive.org/details/minutesofannuals0508bunc 



THE 2005 ANNUAL 



Buncombe Baptist Association 
Asheville, North Carolina 



♦*♦ ♦*♦ ♦*♦ ♦*♦ ♦*♦ ♦*♦ ♦*♦ 



2006 Spring Meeting 

Monday, May 8, 2006 
Grassy Branch Baptist Church 

Speaker: Mike Licona 
North American Mission Board 

2006 Fall Meeting 

Monday, October 9, 2006 
New Morgan Hill Baptist Church 

Speaker: Reverend Kevin Bennett, Pastor 
Mountain View Baptist Church 
Black Mountain, North Carolina 



This Annual is dedicated to the 
Memory of 



Reverend Hatcher Elliott 
Swannanoa First Baptist Church 

Reverend Lewis Gibson 
Black Mountain First Baptist Church 



LOCATION OF CHURCHES BY STREET OR ROAD 

Antioch 9 Antioch Church Road, Weaverville 

Arden First 3839 Sweeten Creek Road, Arden 

Asheville First 5 Oak Street, Asheville 

Bald Mountain 30 Bald Mountain Road, Black Mountain 

Barnardsville 1639 Bamardsville Highway, Barnardsville 

Beaverdam 399 Beaverdam Road, Asheville 

Bent Creek 1554 Brevard Road, Asheville 

Berea 2578 Riceville Road, Asheville 

Bethel 125 Ben Lippen Road, Asheville 

Beverly Hills 777 Tunnel Road, Asheville 

Biltmore 35 Clayton Road, Arden 

Black Mountain First 130 Montreat Road, Black Mountain 

Brown's Chapel 932 Reem's Creek Road, Weaverville 

Buckeye 1 02 West Buckeye Road, Swannanoa 

Calvary 531 Haywood Road, Asheville 

Calvary Baptist of Fairview 33 Jeremiah Boulevard, Fairview 

Celebration Church 2 Boyd's Chapel Road, Weaverville 

Christian Creek 40 New Salem Road, Swannanoa 

Clear Branch 2398 Highway #9, Black Mountain 

Community Baptist 103 Burton Street, Asheville 

Corinth 195 Dix Creek Road, #2, Leicester 

Cumberland Avenue 119 Cumberland Avenue, Asheville 

Deaverview 240 Johnston School Road, Asheville 

Ecclesia 15 Spivey Lake Drive, Fairview 28730 

Edgewood 101 Moody Avenue, Candler 

Elk Mountain 197 Elk Mountain Road, Asheville 

Emma 520 N. Louisiana Avenue, Asheville 

Emma's Grove 417 Emma's Grove Road off Charlotte Highway, Fairview 

Enka 1210 Sand Hill Road at Enka 

Erwin Hills 281 New Leicester Highway (#63), Asheville 

Fairview Church Road in Fairview 

Flat Creek 21 Flat Creek Church Road, Weaverville 

Freedom 50 Rice Road, Asheville 

Fountain of Life First Hispanic Baptist Church 531 Haywood Road, Asheville 

Friendship 240 Haywood Street, Asheville 

Gashes Creek 308 Gashes Creek Road, Comer I-40 and US 70E, Asheville 

Glady Pisgah Highway, Candler 

Grace 718 Haywood Road, Asheville 

Grace and Knowledge 40 Vance Avenue, Black Mountain 

Grassy Branch 497 Riceville Road, Asheville 

Grove Stone 1568 Grove Stone Road, Black Mountain 

Hominy 135 Candler School Road, Candler 

Igglesia Communidad Familiar 926 Haywood Road, Asheville 

Inanda 590 Brevard Road, Asheville 

Ivy Creek 21 Ivy Baptist Road, Weaverville 

Jupiter 750 Jupiter Road, Weaverville 

Kerlee 208 Kerlee Heights Road, Black Mountain 

Lakewood Byrd Road, Black Mountain 



Laurel Springs - 

Liberty 

Long Shoals — 
Macedonia 



-689 Morgan Hill Road, Fairview 
-875 Monte Vista Road, Candler 
■ 661 Long Shoals Road, Arden 



Maple Ridge 

Merrimon Avenue- 
Morgan Hill 

Morningside 

Mount Carmel — 
Mount Olive 



-1468 Jenkins Valley Road, Alexander 
Maple Ridge Road, Candler 



Mountain View 

New Liberty 

New Life Community — 

New Morgan Hill 

New Salem 



Newbridge 

Newfound 



283 Merrimon Avenue, Asheville 

—594 Barnardsville Highway, Weaverville 
-14 Mineral Springs Road, Asheville 

200 Mount Carmel Road, Asheville 

■ 64 Mount Olive Church Road, Asheville 
-2221 North Fork Road, Black Mountain 

625 Olivette Road, Asheville 

— 1417 Riverside Drive, Asheville 

370 Lake Drive, Candler 

Rosscraggon Road, Arden 



North Point Baptist Church ■ 

Oak Grove 

Oakley 



199 Elkwood Avenue, Asheville 

2605 New Leicester Highway (#63), Asheville 

119 Monticello Road, Weaverville 

599 Lower Brush Road, Fletcher 

70 Fairview Avenue, Asheville 

Oteen 37 Oteen Church Road, Asheville 

Pine Burr Park 389 Weaverville Highway, Asheville 

Pine Forest 102 Ivy Hill Road, Weaverville 

Pleasant Hill 745 Aiken Road, Asheville 

Pole Creek 96 Snow Hill Church Road, Candler 

Reed Memorial 756 Fairview Avenue, Asheville 

Reynolds 520 Rose Hill Road, Asheville 

Ridgecrest 41 Tucker Road, Ridgecrest 



Ridgeway 

Riverside 

Sand Hill 

Skyland 

South Asheville 

South Buncombe 

Starnes Cove 

Sulphur Springs Park- 

Sunrise 

Swannanoa First 

Trinity of Fairview 

Turkey Creek 

Victory - 



--525 Old Highway 19/23, Candler 
869 Riverside Drive, Asheville 



232 Sand Hill Road, Asheville 

-2115 Hendersonville Road, Skyland 

61 Rock Hill Road, Asheville 

370 Mills Gap Road, Arden 

— 149 Starnes Cove Road, Asheville 



12 Hi Alta Avenue and Appalachian Way, Asheville 

419 Deaverview Road, Asheville 

503 Park Street, Swannanoa 

276 Concord Road, Fletcher 

— - — 2206 Bear Creek Road, Leicester 

80 Olivette Road, Asheville 



Weaverville 

West Asheville — 

Westwood 

White Rock 

Wilkey 

Woodland Hills — 
Zion Hill 



— 63 North Main Street, Weaverville 
926 Haywood Road, Asheville 

150 Westwood Place, Asheville 

NC#151 Pisgah Highway, Candler 

Highway 9, Black Mountain 

50 Woodland Hills, Asheville 

— 1008 Newfound Road, Leicester 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



ASSOCIATIONAL DIRECTORY 

Dedication 2 

Location of Churches by Street or Road 3 

Churches by District 7 

Association Staff 8 

General Officers/Corporation Officers 8 

ASSOCIATIONAL TEAMS, COMMITTEES, CONSULTANTS AND PROGRAM LEADERS 

Mission Teams 9 

Church Ministry Teams 10 

Ministry Consultants 1 1 

Administrative Teams 1 1 

Other Offices 13 

Committees Appointed by the Moderator 1 3 

CHURCH DIRECTORY 

Pastors 



Ministers of Music and Worship 

Associate Pastors 

Mission Pastors 

Ministers of Education 

Ministers of Youth//Students 

Ministers of Children 

Ministers of Preschool 

Business Administrators 

Secretaries 



Ordained Ministers (Not Pastors) - 
Sunday School Directors 
Discipleship Directors — 
Baptist Men Directors 



Woman's Missionary Union Directors 

Deacon Chairpersons 

Church Treasurers 
Church Clerks — 



Media Library Directors 

Church Organists 

Church Pianists 




REPORTS 

Associational Missionary 42 

Church and Community Ministries 43 

Order of Business Committee 45 

Ordinations Committee 45 

Membership Committee 46 

Memorials 46 

Baptist Student Union at UNCA 46 



Christian Life and Public Affairs 47 

Annuity Board 48 

Baptist Children's Homes, Inc. 49 

Baptist Retirement Homes 51 

Baptist State Convention of North Carolina 53 

North Carolina Baptist Foundation 55 

North Carolina Baptist Hospital 56 

Associational Meeting Minutes 59 

Spring Meeting Program 72 

Minutes of Spring Meeting 73 

Fall Meeting Program, Day 1 and Day 2 83 

Minutes of Fall Meeting 84 

Messengers Registered at Spring Meeting 91 

Messengers Registered at Fall Meeting 92 

2006 Budget 95 

Financial Report— 2005 97 

Receipts from Churches 1 01 

Auditor's Report 1 04 

Historical Table 105 

In Memoriam 1 09 

Constitution and Bylaws 113 

2006 Calendar 125 

Statistical Tables 1 37 



1. NORTH BUNCOMBE 


IV. WEST ASHEVILLE 


VII. 


FAIRVIEW 


1 . Antioch 


1. 


Calvary 


1. 


Bald Mountain 


2. Bamardsville 


2. 


Community Baptist 


2. 


Calvary Baptist/Fairview 


3. Celebration Church 


3. 


Deaverview 


3. 


Ecclesia 


4. Flat Creek 


4. 


Emma 


4. 


Emma's Grove 


5. Ivy Creek 


5. 


Erwin Hills 


5. 


Fairview 


6. Jupiter 


6. 


Freedom 


6. 


Gashes Creek 


7. Morgan Hill 


7. 


Grace 


7. 


Laurel Springs 


8. North Point 


8. 


Fountain of Life FBC 


8. 


Reynolds 


9. Pine Forest 


9. 


Iglesia Communidad 


9. 


Trinity of Fairview 


10. Weaverville FBC 


19. 


Sand Hill 


10. 


Wilkey 


11. Woodland Hills 


11. 


Sulphur Springs Park 








12. 


Sunrise 


VIII. 


OTEEN 


II. ASHEVILLE 


13. 


West Asheville 


1. 


Berea 


1. Asheville FBC 


14. 


Westwood 


2. 


Beverly Hills 


2. Beaverdam 






3. 


Buckeye 


3. Brown's Chapel 


V. 


ENKA/HOMINY 


4. 


Grassy Branch 


4. Cumberland Avenue 


1. 


Bent Creek 


5. 


Momingside 


5. Friendship 


2. 


Edgewood 


6. 


Mount Olive 


6. Merrimon Avenue 


3. 


Enka 


7. 


Oteen 


7. New Life Community 


4. 


Glady 






8. Newbridge 


5. 


Hominy 


IX. 


SWANNANOA 


9. Pine Burr Park 


6. 


Inanda 


1. 


Black Mountain FBC 


10. Pleasant Hill 


7. 


Liberty 


2. 


Christian Creek 




8. 


Maple Ridge 


3. 


Clear Branch 


III. MOUNT CARMEL 


9. 


New Morgan Hill 


4. 


Grace & Knowledge 


1. Bethel 


10. 


Pole Creek 


5. 


Grove Stone 


1. Corinth 


11. 


Ridgeway 


6. 


Kerlee 


2. Elk Mountain 


12. 


Stames Cove 


7. 


Lakewood 


3. Macedonia 


13. 


White Rock 


8. 


Mountain View 


4. Mount Carmel 






9. 


Ridgecrest 


5. New Liberty 


VI. 


BILTMORE 


10. 


Swannanoa FBC 


6. Newfound 


1. 


Arden FBC 






7. Riverside 


2. 


Biltmore 






8. Turkey Creek 


3. 


Long Shoals 






9. Victory 


4. 


New Salem 






10. Zion Hill 


5. 
6. 
7. 
8. 
9. 
10. 


Oak Grove 

Oakley 

Reed Memorial 

Skyland 

South Asheville 

South Buncombe 







ASSOCIATIONAL DIRECTORY 

OFFICE 

Buncombe Baptist Resource Center 

227 Hazel Mill Road 

Asheville, North Carolina 28806 

Phone: 828-252-1864 

FAX# 828-252-1865 

DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS: 

Craig Bailey, 880 West Pointe Drive, Asheville 28806 280-0860 

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DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY MINISTRIES: 

Norma B. Melton (Reed Memorial), 445 Chunn's Cove Road, 250-9489 

Asheville 28805, nmelton(g)buncombebaptist.orq 
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT: 

Susie Black (Pole Creek), 21 English Place, Candler 28715 665-1938 

sblack(a>buncombebaptist.orq 
COMMUNICATIONS SECRETARY: 

Nancy Owen (Mt. Carmel), 1 15 Anders Drive, Asheville 28806 254-8393 

nowen@buncombebaptist.org 



GENERAL OFFICERS OF THE ASSOCIATION 

MODERATOR: Wayne Higgins (First Baptist, Weaverville) 

P. O. Box 1285, Weaverville 28787 645-4021 

VICE-MODERATOR: 

CLERK: Nancy Owen (Mt. Carmel), 1 15 Anders Drive, Asheville 28806 254-8393 

nowen(a)buncombebaptist.org 
TREASURER: Bud Dotson (Trinity of Fairview), 1075 Brush Creek Circle, 628-1762 

Fairview 28730 bud(5)easi-peo. com 

CORPORATE OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT: Wayne Higgins, (First Baptist, Weaverville), 645-4021 

P. O. Box 1285, Weaverville 
VICE-PRESIDENT: 

SECRETARY: Craig Bailey, 227 Hazel Mill Road, Asheville 28806 252-1864 

TREASURER: Bud Dotson, (Trinity of Fairview), 1075 Brush Creek Circle 628-1762 

Fairview 28730 



MISSION TEAMS 

BAPTIST MEN 

Director: Wayne Higgins, P. O. Box 1285, Weaverville 28787 645-4021 

Assistant Director: Harvey Hart, P. O. Box 985, Swannanoa 28778 686-7544 

Team Members: 

Wayne Roper, 29 Stonepath Lane, Weaverville 28787 669-8477 

RA Coordinator 
Car Competition: Jimmy Hall, 227 Bent Creek Ranch Road, 667-0946 

Asheville 28806 
Track Coordinators: Steve Sawyer, 258 Mt. Carmel Road, Asheville 28806 252-8039 

Phil Teague, 40 Sunup Lane, Candler 28715 665-2649 



WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

Director: Edwina Messer, 1 1 7 Chapman Drive, Asheville 28805 298-6464 

Associate Director: Jean Hollingsworth, 53 Edgewood Road, 667-2941 

Candler 28715 
Secretary: Carolyn Ray, 144 Dogwood Drive, Weaverville 28787 645-4648 

Staff Consultant: Norma Melton, 227 Hazel Mill Road, Asheville 28806 252-1864 

Christian Women's Job Corps Consultant: Ruth Garrison, 94 Beale Road, Apt. C-8 

Arden 28704 681-8682 

Ministry Events Consultant: Etheline Branch, 203 Mountain View Road, 298-9759 

Asheville 28805 
Women's Enrichment Consultant: 
Women on Mission Consultant: 
Acteens Consultants: 

GA Consultant: Libby Pierce, 20 Fieldcrest Road, Arden 28704 687-4472 

Missions Friends Consultant: Jeanette Cloud, 104 Pine Tree Drive, 669-8385 

Black Mountain 28711 
Baptist Nursing Fellowship: Karen Weeks, P. O. Box 18701, Asheville 28814 658-1 131 
Project Help: Poverty: Laura Dotson, 1075 Brush Creek Circle, Fairview 28730 628-1762 

DISTRICT LEADERS: 

North Buncombe: Mary Porter, 16 Blueberry Hill, Asheville 28804 645-5824 
Asheville: 

Mount Carmel: Thelma Barnett, 373 Old Leicester Highway, 254-6958 
Asheville 28806 

Jeanette Radcliff, 36 Olivette Road, Asheville 28804 252-3878 

West Asheville: Jean Hollingsworth, 53 Edgewood Road, Candler 28715 667-2941 
Enka/Hominy: 

Biltmore: Dot Carter, 388 Rosscraggon Road, Arden 28704 684-7210 

Fairview: Shirley Shope, 5 Charland Forest, Asheville 28803 298-1895 

Oteen: Sandra Clark, 287 Charlotte Highway, Asheville 28803 298-31 17 

Swannanoa: Vanetta Biddix, P. O. Box 83, Ridgecrest 28770 669-7877 

WMU LEADERSHIP SELECTION COMMITTEE: 

Jeanette Cloud, Chairman, 1 04 Pine Tree Drive, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-8385 

Dot Carter, 388 Rosscraggon Road, Arden 28704 684-7210 



Etheline Branch, 203 Mountain View Road, Asheville 28805 
Ruth Garrison, 94 Beale Road, Apt. C-8, Arden 28704 
Ex Officio: Director and Associate Director 



298-9759 
681-8682 



MISSIONS CAMP 

Director: Steve Harris, P. O. Box 2040, Fairview 28730 

Boys' Camp Director: Steve Harris, P. O. Box 2040, Fairview 28730 

Girls' Camp Director: Libby Pierce, 20 Fieldcrest Road, Arden 28704 

Edwina Messer, 117 Chapman Drive, Asheville 28805 

Stacey Harris, 535 Dye Leaf Lane, Fairview 28703 

Glenna Toney, 10 Rosscraggon Drive, Asheville 28803 

Neal and Cheryl Brown, 410 Old Fort Road, Fairview 28730 

PARTNERSHIP MISSIONS 

Scott Shields, Team Leader, 926 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 
Bobby Peek, 67 Joe Jenkins Road, Fairview 28730 
Gary Roberts, 8 Edna Roberts Road, Alexander 28701 
Glen Young, 378 Newfound Road, Leicester 28748 
Susie Black, 21 English Place, Candler 28715 



628-1188 
628-1188 
687-4472 
298-6464 
628-4447 
687-7949 
777-271 1 



253-9824 
628-1118 
645-7837 
683-8779 
665-1938 



EVANGELISM 

Clark Henderson, Team Leader, 199 Elkwood Avenue, Asheville 28804 

Johnny Tiller, 5 Westwood Drive, Candler 2871 5 

Lester Crayton, 166 Merchant Street, Asheville 28803 

Gale Sprinkle, P. O. Box 73, Marshall 28753 

Chuck Metcalf, 110 Park Ridge Avenue, Swannanoa 28778 

COMMUNITY MINISTRIES 

Mike Stamey, Team Leader, 50 Dixon Terrace, Candler 28715 

Aimee Stewart, 24 Knollview Drive, Asheville 28806 

Glenice Roberts, 50 Keystone Drive, Asheville 28806 

Cathy Foraker, 1080 High Rock Acres Road, Black Mountain 2871 1 

CHURCH PLANTING (NEW WORK) 

Steve Harris, Chairman, 1417 Riverside Drive, Asheville 28804 
Elaine Hensley, 601 N. Fork Road, Barnardsville 28709 
Charlie Sams, 149 Starnes Cove Road, Asheville 28806 
Samuel Rodriguez, 71 Sulphur Springs Road, Asheville 28806 



254-7262 
665-8085 
274-7329 
649-2901 
582-3752 



667-8612 
683-4765 
281-4699 
669-0538 



254-0040 
626-2203 
667-1193 
253-1563 



CHURCH MINISTRY TEAMS 



CHRISTIAN EDUCATION 

Christian Education Team Leader: Stan Willet, 24 Lazy Hollow Drive 

Black Mountain 2871 1 
Sunday School Director: Terry Hollifield, 96 Snow Hill Church Road 

Candler 28715 
VBS Director: Scot Davis, P. O. Box 656, Black Mountain 28711 



298-2966 
667-4053 
669-6461 



VBS Director Scot Davis, P. O. Box 656, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-6461 

Discipleship Director Neil Carter, 26 Emma's Grove Road, Fletcher 28732 628-1747 

Student Ministries: Chuck Metcalf, 110 Park Ridge Avenue, Swannanoa 28778 582-3752 

MUSIC AND WORSHIP 

Director 



SENIOR ADULT MINISTRY 

Phyllis Smith, 1096 Sharon Ridge Road, Fairview 28730 
Jim Rickman, 126 Castlerock Drive, Asheville 28806 
Verna Fore, 70 Sunnyview Terrace, Asheville 28806 

ORDINATIONS 

Dean Huggins, Chairman, 18 Ford Valley Road, Weaverville 28787 
Charles Shelton, 140 Park Ridge Avenue, Swannanoa 28778 
Tom Pierce, 70 Fairview Avenue, Asheville 28803 
Mark Ball, P. O. Box 6, Leicester 28748 



628-9873 
670-7538 
253-2248 



645-9340 
686-3100 
274-3221 
683-3178 



MINISTRY CONSULTANTS 



ANNUITY-RETIREMENT/INSURANCE 

Cecil Fox. No. 2 Owl Wood Drive, Candler 28715 



665-4121 



CHRISTIAN LIFE AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS 

Gail Harding. 81 High Meadows Drive. Candler 28715 

DENOMINATIONAL RELATIONS 

Tom Pierce, 70 Fairview Avenue, Asheville 28803 

STUDENT MINISTRIES : Chuck Metcalf, 110 Park Ridge Avenue, 
Swannanoa 28778 



667-4899 

274-3221 

582-3752 



MEDIA/LIBRARY 

Media Consultant Cathryn Kinser, 68 W. Oakview Road, Asheville 28806 
Assistant Media Consultant: Sandy Sprinkle, 333 Hookers Gap Road 
Candler 2871 5 

ADMINISTRATIVE TEAMS 



667-1725 
667-9368 



BUDGET AND FINANCE 

Kyle Carver, Chairman, P. O. Box 56, Leicester 28748 
Christine Dozier, 56 Starmount Drive, Asheville 28806 

FINANCE COMMITTEE DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVES: 

NORTH BUNCOMBE: Jim Hooper, P. O. Box, 28, Barnardsville 28709 
ASHEVILLE: Bobby Peek, 67 Joe Jenkins Road, Fairview, 28730 
MOUNT CARMEL: Ricky Townsend, 50 Dix Creek Chapel Road 

Asheville 28806 
WEST ASHEVILLE: Darryl Searcy, 81 Davidson Road, Asheville 28803 



683-2075 
252-2281 



626-2610 
628-1118 

683-9976 

274-6737 



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ENKA/HOMINY: Roy Houston, 370 Lake Drive, Candler 2871 5 
BILTMORE: Dianna Braddock, 23 Bevlyn Drive, Asheville 28803 
OTEEN: Wayne Young, 2448 Riceville Road, Asheville 28805 
FAIRVIEW: Ann Lytle, 21 1 Gap Creek Road, Fletcher 28732 
SWANNANOA: Fred Messer, 117 Chapman Drive, Asheville 28805 
Treasurer, Financial Secretary 

PROPERTIES 

Susie Black, 21 English Place, Candler 28715 
Jim Heise, 136 Douglas Place, Leicester 28748 
Sue Bailey, 880 West Pointe Drive, Asheville 28806 
Frank Duckett, P. O. Box 1236, Fairview 28730 
Rick Hall, 411 Dennis Street, Swannanoa 28778 

PLANNING (Association Strategy Planning) 

Kevin Bennett, Chairman, 10 Asbury Place, Candler 28715 
James McCoy, P. O. Box 547, Weaverville 28787 
Jim Russell, 283 Merrimon Avenue, Asheville 28801 
Michael Scroggs, 920 Newfound Road, Leicester 28748 
Bill Higgins, 419 Deaverview Road, Asheville 28806 
Jackie Collins, 525 Old 19/23 Highway, Candler 2871 5 
Carl Toth, 35 Clayton Road, Arden NC 28704 
Todd Royal, P. O. Box 1339, Fairview 28730 
Stanley Taylor, 102 West Buckeye Road, Swannanoa 28778 
Jim Thomas, 7 Sunset Drive, Swannanoa 28778 



667-4313 
231-8802 
298-4210 
628-2774 
298-6464 



665-1938 
683-0679 
242-0798 
628-1843 
776-1414 



253-2808 
645-6720 
252-2768 
683^762 
253-2808 
667-4442 
687-1 1 1 1 
628-2908 
298-0326 
686-5584 



PERSONNEL 

Moderator, Chairman 

Chairman Finance Committee 

Barbara Pierce, 2 Cypress Drive, Asheville 28803 

David Rayburn, P. O. Box 656, Black Mountain 2871 1 

NOMINATIONS 



277-3979 
669-6461 



CONSTITUTION 

Shirley Lawson, Chairman, 172 Davenport Road, Asheville 28806 

Kurt Ehrsam, 4 Craggy Circle, Asheville 28803 

Dennis Thurman, 96 Snow Hill Church Road, Candler 28715 

Stephen Summers, 3 Crestview, Arden 28704 

Judd Hollifield (Consultant), 19 Zillicoa Street, Suite 200, Asheville 28801 

MEMBERSHIP 

James Lamb, Chairman, 112 Harbin Drive, Swannanoa 28778 
Nina Fisher, 1721 Old Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 
Ronnie Owen, 115 Anders Drive, Asheville 28806 



252-1202 
254-4099 
667-4053 
684-5352 
255-8282 



298-6419 
254-4973 
254-8393 



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RECREATION TEAM 

Danny Farlow, Co-Chair, 183 Canaan Drive, Candler 28715 
Greg Fox, Co-Chair, 8 Asbury Place, Candler 28715 
David Keith, 158 Staines Cove Road, Asheville 28806 
Cathy Robinson, 9 Rhodes Cemetery Drive, Asheville 28806 
Ricky Townsend, 50 Dix Creek Chapel Road, Leicester 28748 
Bobby Keever, 6 Mitchell Avenue, Asheville 28806 
Gordon Wilson, 6 Weston Lane, Arden 28704 



667-4419 
670-5598 
667-7406 
777-8795 
683-9976 
254-2320 
684-4222 



OTHER OFFICES 

Hostess: Etheline Branch, 203 Mountain View Road, Asheville 28805 298-9759 

Historian: Pat Hutson, 9 Wake Robin Way, Asheville 28805 298-4725 

Literacy Coordinator: Jane Allison, 200 Tabernacle Road, #K-231 , 669-7034 

Black Mountain 28711 

Scholarship Team Leader: Ann Lytle, 21 1 Gap Creek Road, Fletcher 28732 628-2774 

COMMITTEES APPOINTED BY THE MODERATOR 

ORDER OF BUSINESS 

Moderator 

Clerk 

Associational Music Director 



ENROLLMENT 

Dot Carter, 388 Rosscraggon Road, Arden 28704 

Shirley Griffith, 198 Haywood Knolls Drive, Hendersonville 28791 

Sherry Shipman, P. O. Box 314, Fletcher 28732 

Diana Smith, 284 White Pine Road, Fletcher 28732 

Jean Stines, 1 34 Locust Street, Arden 28704 

Arch Smith, 285 White Pine Road, Fletcher 

Lois Taylor, 4 Amber Drive, Horse Shoe 28742 

Sherrie Langley, 9 Eagles Nest Lane, Asheville 28806 

Thelma Hornaday, 25 Mt. Vernon Place, Asheville 28804 

Austin Brown, 1 1 1 Harbin Drive, Swannanoa 28778 

Shirley Brown, 1 1 1 Harbin Drive, Swannanoa 28778 



684-7210 
890-9076 
684-4424 
684-9856 
684-2202 



254-3027 
298-7827 
298-7827 



PASTORS OF CHURCHES 
IN THE BUNCOMBE BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



3. 



ANTIOCH: 9 Antioch Church Road, Weaverville 28787 
Steve Conard, 7 Clement Place, Asheville 28805 
ARDEN FIRST: 3839 Sweeten Creek Road, Arden 28704 
James Johnson (Interim), 12 Sedgefield Drive, Candler 28715 
ASHEVILLE FIRST: 5 Oak Street, Asheville 28801 
Guy B. Sayles, Jr., 5 Oak Street, Asheville 28801 



298-6665 
684-6780 
667-9540 
252-4781 
252-4781 



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4. BALD MOUNTAIN: 30 Bald Mountain Road, Black Mountain 2871 1 

Pat Handley, 1 55 Lamb Mountain Road, Hendersonville 28792 685-9377 

5. BARNARDSVILLE: P. O. Box 8, Bamardsville 28709 626-2610 
Jim Hooper, P. O. Box 8, Bamardsville 28709 626-3641 

6. BEAVERDAM: 399 Beaverdam Road, Asheville 28804 252-3403 



7. BENT CREEK: 1 554 Brevard Road, Asheville 28806 
Tommy Bridges, 1554 Brevard Road, Asheville 28806 

8. BEREA: 2578 Riceville Road, Asheville 28805 

Stan Willet, 24 Lazy Hollow Drive, Black Mountain 28711 

9. BETHEL: 125 Ben Lippen Road, Asheville 28806 
Mark Lewis, P. O. Box 1554, Leicester 28748 

1 0. BEVERLY HILLS: 777 Tunnel Road, Asheville 28805 
Bob Gray (Interim), 307 Kyfields Drive, Weaverville 28787 

1 1 . BILTMORE: 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 
James Ian Walker, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 

1 2. BLACK MOUNTAIN FIRST: P. O. Box 656, Black Mountain 2871 1 
David Rayburn, P. O. Box 656, Black Mountain 2871 1 

13. BROWN'S CHAPEL: 932 Reems Creek Road, Weaverville 28787 
Kenny Ray, 560 Aiken Road, Asheville 28804 

14. BUCKEYE: 102 West Buckeye Road, Swannanoa 28778 
Stanley Taylor, 108 Harbin Drive, Swannanoa 28778 

15. CALVARY: 531 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 
Jordan V. Corbin, 531 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 

16. THE CELEBRATION CHURCH: P. O. Box 289, Weaverville 28787 
Billy Cline, 302 Water's Edge Drive, Weaverville 28787 

1 7. CHRISTIAN CREEK: 40 New Salem Road, Swannanoa 28778 
Robert Carter, 40 New Salem Road, Swannanoa 28778 

1 8. CLEAR BRANCH: 2398 Highway #9, Black Mountain 2871 1 

1 9. COMMUNITY BAPTIST: 1 03 Burton Street, Asheville 28806 
Fred Johnson, 103 Burton Street, Asheville 28806 

20. CORINTH: 1 95 Dix Creek #2, Leicester 28748 

Ricky Townsend, 50 Dix Creek Chapel Road, Asheville 28806 

21 . CUMBERLAND AVENUE: 1 1 9 Cumberland Ave., Asheville 28801 
Earl Jones, P. O. Box 1503, Enka NC 28728 

22. DEAVERVIEW: P. O. Box 61 12, Asheville 28816 
Darryl Searcy, 81 Davidson Road, Asheville 28803 

23. ECCLESIA BAPTIST: P. O. Box 2365, Fairview 28730 

24. EDGEWOOD: P. O. Box 2260, Candler 28715 

Charles Shelton, 140 Park Ridge Avenue, Swannanoa 28778 

25. ELK MOUNTAIN: 5 Church Road, Asheville 28804 
Mike Woodard, 176 Collins Road, Marshall 28753 

26. EMMA: 520 N. Louisiana Avenue, Asheville 28806 
Wayne Sorrells, 269 Hi Alta Drive, Asheville 28806 



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EMMA'S GROVE: P. O. Box 1786, Fairview 28730 628-1953 

H. L Wilson (Interim), 35 Oakley Road, Asheville 28803 274-8823 

ENKA: P. O. Box 21 9, Enka 28728 667-2410 

Ron Brown, 13 Forestdale Drive, Asheville 28803 274-4618 

ERWIN HILLS: P. O. Box 6903, Asheville 28816 254-6400 

Jonathan Stewart, 13 Brandywine Lane, Asheville 28805 298-9336 

FAIRVIEW: P. O. Box 1339, Fairview 28730 628-2908 

Todd Royal, P. O. Box 1339, Fairview 28730 628-2908 

FLAT CREEK: 21 Flat Creek Church Road, Weaverville 28787 658-3349 
Travis Harrison, 631 Avery Creek Road, Arden 28704 
FOUNTAIN OF LIFE FIRST HISPANIC BAPTIST CHURCH OF ASHEVILLE 



531 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 
Sabas Amador, 55 Tahkieostie Trail, Asheville 28806 
FREEDOM: 50 Rice Road, Asheville 28806 
Keith Hutchinson, 107 Whispering Hill Drive, Asheville 28804 
FRIENDSHIP: 240 Haywood Street, Asheville 28801 
Jerry Wilson, 242 Whitaker Road, Fairview 28730 
GASHES CREEK: 308 Gashes Creek Road, Asheville 28803 
Charles Sprouse, 111 Spring Mountain Road, 

Fairview 28730 
GLADY: 381 Reeves Cove Road, Candler 28715 
Charles Sprinkle, 381 Reeves Cove Road, Candler 2871 5 
GRACE: 718 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 
Wayne Adkisson, 718 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 
GRACE AND KNOWLEDGE COMMUNITY CHURCH: 
P. O. Box 1 175, Black Mountain 2871 1 
Phil Dillingham, 36 Vance Avenue, Black Mountain 2871 1 
GRASSY BRANCH: P. O. Box 9862, Asheville 28815 
Ken Sausedo, 12 Pine Spring Drive, Asheville 28805 
GROVE STONE: 1568 Grove Stone Road, Black Mountain 28711 
James R. Lamb, 112 Harbin Drive, Swannanoa 28778 
HOMINY: 135 Candler School Road, Candler 28715 
Joe Yelton, P. O. Box 1598, Candler 28715 
INANDA: 590 Brevard Road, Asheville 28806 
Terry House, 15 House Lane, Asheville 28806 
IVY CREEK 21 Ivy Baptist Road, Weaverville 28787 
Joe Rice, 221 Wooten Cove Road, Weaverville 28787 
JUPITER: 750 Jupiter Road, Weaverville 28787 



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45. KERLEE: 208 Kerlee Heights Road, Black Mountain 2871 1 
Kenneth Rhinehart, P. O. Box 921, Clyde 28721 

46. LAKEWOOD: 807 Rhododendron Avenue, Black Mountain 2871 1 

47. LAUREL SPRINGS: P. O. Box 1424, Fairview 28730 
Ed Robertson, 66 Ashlyn Lane, Tryon 28782 

48. LIBERTY: 875 Monte Vista Road, Candler 28715 
Todd Cole, 718 Justice Ridge Road, Candler 28715 



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LONG SHOALS: 661 Long Shoals Road, Arden 28704 

Roger Rearden, 23 Avery's Creek Road, Arden 28704 

MACEDONIA: 1468 Jenkins Valley Road, Alexander 28701 

Charles Phillips, 44 Hampton Road, Asheville 28806 

MAPLE RIDGE: P. O. Box 118, Candler 28715 

Steve Fox, 11 Lantern Trail, Candler 2871 5 

MERRIMON AVENUE: 283 Merrimon Avenue, Asheville 28801 

Jim Russell, 283 Merrimon Avenue, Asheville 28801 

MORGAN HILL: 594 Bamardsville Highway, Weaverville 28787 

Judson Rotan (Interim), P. O. Box 93, Ridgecrest 28770 

MORNINGSIDE: 14 Mineral Springs Road, Asheville 28805 

David Hanson, 520 English Ridge Drive, Mars Hill 28754 

MOUNT CARMEL: 200 Mount Carmel Road, Asheville 28806 

Ronnie C. Owen, 115 Anders Drive, Asheville 28806 

MOUNT OLIVE: 64 Mount Olive Church Road, Asheville 28804 

A. W. Jones, 76 Utopia Road, Asheville 28805 

MOUNTAIN VIEW: 2221 North Fork Rd., Black Mountain 28711 

Kevin Bennett, 10 Asbury Place, Candler 2871 5 

NEW LIBERTY: 625 Olivette Road, Asheville 28804 

Garry Rogers, 520 Olivette Road, Asheville 28804 

NEW LIFE COMMUNITY: 1417 Riverside Drive, Asheville 28804 

Steve Harris, 37 Mark Twain Road, Asheville 28805 

NEW MORGAN HILL: 370 Lake Drive, Candler 28715 

Roy Houston, 374 Case Cove Road, Candler 28715 

NEW SALEM: P. O. Box 421, Skyland, NC 28776 

Roger Kuykendall, 12 Holcombe Dr. Asheville, NC 28806 

NEWBRIDGE: 199 Elkwood Avenue, Asheville 28804 

Clark Henderson, 197 Elkwood Avenue, Asheville 28804 

NEWFOUND: P. O. Box 6, Leicester 28748 

Mark A. Ball, 19 Westmont Road, Asheville 28806 

OAK GROVE: 1552 Cane Creek Road, Fletcher 28732 

Tommy Wilkes, 16 Pressley Lane, Fairview 28730 

OAKLEY: 70 Fairview Avenue, Asheville 28803 

Tom Pierce, 2 Cypress Drive, Asheville 28803 

OTEEN: P. O. Box 9128, Asheville 28815 

J. Billy Graham (interim), P. O. Box 93, Ridgecrest 28770 

PINE BURR PARK: 389 Weaverville Highway, Asheville 28804 

Gary Haynes, 400 Fletcher Martin Road, Alexander 28701 

PINE FOREST: 102 Ivy Hill Road, Weaverville 28787 

Don Metcalf, 100 Ivy Hill Road, Weaverville 28787 

PLEASANT HILL: P. O. Box 18293, Asheville 28814 

Keith Watkins, 75 Gilbert Road, Leicester 28748 

POLE CREEK: 96 Snow Hill Church Road, Candler 2871 5 

Dennis Thurman, 5 Owl Wood Drive, Candler 28715 

REED MEMORIAL: 756 Fairview Road, Asheville 28803 

Randy Melton, 445 Chunn's Cove Road, Asheville 28805 

REYNOLDS: 520 Rose Hill Road, Asheville 28803 

Robert Smith, 1096 Sharon Ridge Road, Fairview 28730 



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73. RIDGECREST: P. O. Box 53, Ridgecrest 28770 
Bob Blaylock, P. O. Box 603, Ridgecrest 28770 

74. RIDGEWAY: 525 Old 1 9/23 Highway, Candler 2871 5 
Jackie Collins, 525 Old 19/23 Highway, Candler 28715 

75. RIVERSIDE: P. O. Box 8623, Asheville 28814 

John Honeycutt, 5 Mountain Terrace, Asheville 28806 

76. SAND HILL: P. O. Box 16853, Asheville 28816 



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77. SKYLAND: P. O. Box 278, Skyland 28776 



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78. SOUTH ASHEVILLE: P. O. Box 1 5061 , Asheville 2881 3 
John Davis, 12 Homewood Drive, Asheville 28803 

79. SOUTH BUNCOMBE: 370 Mills Gap Road, Asheville 28803 
Barry Fisher, 39 Poplar Acres Drive, Candler 28715 

80. STARNES COVE: 1 49 Starnes Cove Road, Asheville 28806 
Charles C. Sams, 44 Paul Bridges Road, Alexander 28701 

81. SULPHUR SPRINGS PARK: 12 Hi Alta Avenue, Asheville 28806 
Robert E. Harris, P. O. Box 67, Asheville 28802 

82. SUNRISE: 419 Deaverview Road, Asheville 28806 
Bill Higgins, 46 Hi Alta Avenue, Asheville 28806 

83. SWANNANOA FIRST: P. O. Box 39, Swannanoa 28778 



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84. TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: P. O. Box 2040, Fairview 28730 
Stephen Harris, P. O. Box 1427, Fairview 28730 

85. TURKEY CREEK: P. O. Box 570, Leicester 28748 
Sibbald Lambert, 264 Hazel Brook Road, Marshall 28753 

86. VICTORY: 80 Olivette Road, Asheville 28804 

D. Larry Sprinkle, 201 Macedonia Road, Asheville 28804 

87. WEAVERVILLE FIRST: P. O. Box 547, Weaverville 28787 
James McCoy, Jr. P. O. Box 547, Weaverville 28787 

88. WEST ASHEVILLE: 926 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 

89. WESTWOOD: 150 Westwood Place, Asheville 28806 
Richard Baird (Interim), 130 Herron Avenue, Asheville 28806 

90. WHITE ROCK P. O. Box 1277, Candler 28715 

Greg Metcalf, 91 Medford Branch Road, Candler 28715 

91. WILKEY: P. O. Box 217, Black Mountain 28711 
Chris Matthews, P. O. Box 632, Old Fort 28762 

92. WOODLAND HILLS, 50 Woodland Hills Road, Asheville 28804 
Joe Dillon, 7 Alexander Chapel Road, Asheville 28804 

93. ZION HILL: 1008 Newfound Road, Leicester 28748 



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Asian Indian Mission, Mission of West Asheville Baptist 
Ashley Bowen, 300 Long Shoals Road, Apt. 2R, Arden 28704 



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Blue Ridge Community Church, Mission of Western Carolina Baptist in Spruce Pine 

Blue Ridge Conference Center, Highway 70, Asheville 

Nicholas King, P. O. Box 9033, Asheville 28815 704-674-2955 



Crux, Mission of New Life Community Church, 1417 Riverside Drive. 

Asheville 28804 
Bryan Robbins, 62 Royal Oak Road, Arden 28704 



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Iglesia Communidad Familiar (New Life Community Church/West Asheville Baptist 

Church), 926 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 

Samuel Rodriguez, 71 Sulphur Springs Road, Asheville 28806 253-1563 



Pleasant Hill Hispanic, Mission of New Life and Pleasant Hill. 

754 Aiken Road, Asheville 28804 

Samuel Rodriguez, 71 Sulphur Springs Road, Asheville 28806 

UNDER WATCH CARE: 

Calvary Baptist of Fairview: P. O. Box 86, Fairview 28730 
Chris Reese, 27 English Place, Candler 28715 

North Point Baptist Church (West Asheville), 119 Monticello Road 

Weaverville 28787 
Gray Little, 119 Monticello Road, Weaverville 28787 



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CHURCH STAFF IN BUNCOMBE BAPTIST CHURCHES 
(Full-time, part-time, and volunteer) 



MINISTERS OF MUSIC AND WORSHIP 



ARDEN FIRST: Elaine Gregg, 3839 Sweeten Creek Road, Arden 28704 684-6780 

ASHEVILLE FIRST: Clark Sorrells, 5 Oak Street, Asheville 28801 252-4781 
BARNARDSVILLE: Phoebe Currie, 1 1 7 Dula Springs Road, Weaverville 28787 645-5858 

BEAVERDAM: Mike Robinson, 314 Browntown Road, Leicester 28748 683-4744 

BENT CREEK: Autumn Wright, 1 554 Brevard Road, Asheville 28806 667-981 8 

BEREA: Benny Autrey, 1 45 McFalls Road, Asheville 28805 298-2751 

BETHEL: Ralph Long, 1 1 1 E. Wonder Road, Leicester 28748 683-2712 

BILTMORE: Carl Setterlind, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 

David Gaines, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 

Martha Cogdill, Children's Choirs, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 

BLACK MOUNTAIN FIRST: Ron Springs, P. O. Box 656, 669-6461 

Black Mountain 2871 1 

BUCKEYE: Myron Crowe, 514 Blue Ridge Road, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-6672 

CALVARY. Donald N. Welborn, 531 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-7301 

CHRISTIAN CREEK: Roby Dotson, P. O. Box 87, Swannanoa 28778 298-5530 

CORINTH: Jerry Owens, 97 Mink Farm Road, Leicester 28748 683-1346 

CUMBERLAND AVENUE: Terry Miller, P.O. Box100, Enka 28728 665-1481 

DEAVERVIEW: Norma Carroll, P. O. Box 1562, Weaverville 28787 645-7410 



ECCLESIA: Daniel Martin, 3678 Evans Road, Hendersonville 28739 694-1078 

EDGEWOOD: Lela Lindsey, 1897 Pisgah Highway, Candler 28715 667-3416 

EMMA: Virgie Sorrells 269 Hi Alta Ave. , Asheville 28806 232-0623 
EMMA'S GROVE: Sandy Whitaker, 26 Charlie Hill Memorial Dr., Fairview 28730 628-2997 

ENKA: Beverly Hamilton, 15 Flowering Dogwood Drive, Candler 28715 665-7329 

ERWIN HILLS: Michael Ross, 101 Blossom Ridge, Leicester 28748 252-7278 

FAIRVIEW BAPTIST: Sandra Royal, 465 Hollywood Road, Fairview 28730 628-7072 

FLAT CREEK Anthony Angel, 1 37 Mayberry Drive, Asheville 28804 253-0631 

FOUNTAIN OF LIFE FBC: Sabas Amador, 55 Tahkieostie Trail 252-0002 

Asheville 28806 

FREEDOM: Robert Hollifield, 1 8 Alexis Drive, Leicester 28748 253-9555 

GLADY: Albert Crowe, 580 Upper Glady Fork Road, Candler 28715 667-4320 

GRACE: Rick Ramsey, 15 Countryside Drive, Asheville 28806 236-9282 

GRASSY BRANCH: Robby Webb, 102 MacDougall Lane, Weaverville 28787 645-5780 

GROVE STONE: Crystal Kilgore, 48 Zanmi Road, Swannanoa 28778 299-0396 

HOMINY: Kristen Dominquez, P.O. Box 1758, Candler 28715 667-4082 

INANDA: Sarah Ray, 269 Lower Christ School Road, Fletcher 28732 684-5428 
KERLEE: Stephen McMahan, 127 Carolina Heights Rd, Black Mountain 2871 1 

LAKEWOOD: Linda Roberts, 814 Cherokee Ave, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-6102 

LAUREL SPRINGS. Hardy Owenby, 809 Ridge Road, Asheville 28806 254-2972 

LIBERTY: Ken Singleton, P. O. Box 1475, Enka 28728 665-9664 

LONG SHOALS: Brenda Nybro, 21 West Haven Lane, Arden 28704 687-2782 

MACEDONIA, Teresa Boyer, 106 Old Newfound Road, Leicester 28748 683-2402 

MERRIMON AVENUE: Jonathan Gibson, 283 Merrimon Ave., Asheville 28801 252-2768 

MORGAN HILL: Amy Garrison, 1 05 Ivey Hill Road, Weaverville 28787 645-9880 

MORNINGSIDE: Joyce Conner, 3 Kildare Place, Asheville 28806 254-2127 

MOUNT CARMEL: Mike Cribbs, 200 Mount Carmel Road, Asheville 28806 254-4688 

MOUNTAIN VIEW: J. R. Rhodes, 781 Zelda Court, Hendersonville 28792 696-2906 

NEW LIBERTY: Willis Henson, 103 Rhymer Road, Alexander 28701 683-2162 

NEW LIFE: Jane Holt, 1417 Riverside Drive, Asheville 28804 254-0040 

NEW MORGAN HILL: Joyce Blankenship, 583 Enka Lake Rd., Candler 2871 5 667-1640 

NEW SALEM: Betty Meece, 63 New Rockwood Road, Arden 28704 684-0412 

NEWBRIDGE: Jill Satterfield, 103 Rough Point Court, Asheville 28806 665-0481 

NEWFOUND: Scott Gregg, P. O. Box 6, Leicester 28748 683-3178 

OAK GROVE: Ralph Parker, 5 Village Park Drive, Weaverville 28787 658-2185 

OAKLEY: J. C. Arrowood, 9 Botany Court, Asheville 28803 298-0685 

OTEEN: Carolyn Banks, P. O. Box 9334, Asheville 28815 298-7109 

PINE BURR PARK: David Gentry, 868 Jupiter Road, Weaverville 28787 645-0480 

Kay Haynes, 400 Fletcher Martin Road, Alexander 28701 683-331 6 

PLEASANT HILL: James Rice, 22 Rice Meadows Road, Asheville28804 645-6536 

POLE CREEK: Connie Weeks, 96 Snow Hill Church Road, Candler 28715 667-4053 
REED MEMORIAL: Frankie Messer, 83 Old Macedonia Road, Alexander 28701 254-5841 

REYNOLDS: James Blair, 19 Shady Brook Lane, Fairview 28730 628-4585 

RIDGECREST: Roy Bridell, P. O. Box 53, Ridgecrest 28770 669-4330 

RIDGEWAY: Scott Sprinkle, 75 Craggy Avenue, Asheville 28806 253-1 746 

SOUTH ASHEVILLE: Cathy Pressley, 75 Old Lime Kiln Road, Arden 28704 684-7182 

STARNES COVE: Billy M. Woody, 396 Liberty Road, Candler 2871 5 667-9558 

SUNRISE: Jerry Frady, 194 Morgan Cove Road, Candler 28715 667-1853 



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SWANNANOA FIRST: Dan Snyder, P. 0. Box 39, Swannanoa 28778 686-5123 

TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: Nathaniel Hill, 420 Glensprings Dr., Fletcher 28732 684-2864 

TURKEY CREEK: Terry Ponder, 44 Olympic Drive, Leicester 28748 683-1 245 

Duane Davis, 338 Tipton Hill Road, Leicester 28748 

VICTORY: Don Davis, 110 Olivette Road, Asheville 28804 254-2766 

WEAVERVILLE: Jane McCoy, P. O. Box 547, Weaverville 28787 645-6720 

WEST ASHEVILLE: Judd Hollifield, 926 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-9824 

WESTWOOD: Steve Oxner, 1 50 Westwood Place, Asheville 28806 255-8999 

WHITE ROCK: Earl McGaha, 27 Fowler Mountain Rd., Candler 2871 5 665-7957 
WOODLAND HILLS: John Setterlind, 50 Woodland Hills Road, Asheville 28804 658-2554 

ZION HILL: Patricia Ball, P. O. Box 181, Leicester 28748 683-1461 

ASSOCIATE PASTORS 

ASHEVILLE FIRST: Eddie Morgan, 5 Oak Street, Asheville 28801 252-4781 

BILTMORE: Sam McLamb, Pastor to Single Adults, 35 Clayton Road, 687-1 1 1 1 
Arden 28704 

Noel Hendrix, Pastor to Married Adults, 687-1 1 1 1 

35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 

Dr. Ian Walker, Pastor to Senior Adults, 687-1 1 1 1 

35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 

Carl Toth, Pastor of Ministry Development 687-1 1 1 1 

35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 

Dr. Richard Eley, Pastor of H.O.P.E. Network, 687-1 1 1 1 

35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 

Steve Cassell, Pastor or H.O.P.E. Network 687-1 1 1 1 
35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 
FOUNTAIN OF LIFE: Russell Hilliard, Sr., P.O. Box 445, Ridgecrest 28770 

FREEDOM: Everette Haney, 160 O'Donald Road, Asheville 28806 683-1 144 

TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: Stacey Harris, 535 Dye Leaf Road, Fairview 28730 628-4447 

WOODLAND HILLS: Frank Hopkins, P. 0. Box 2154, Weaverville 28787 645-0124 

ZION HILL: DeRoy Clark, P.O. Box 373, Leicester 28748 683-2613 

MISSION PASTORS 

BILTMORE: Mike McKee, Pastor Evangelism & Missions, 35 Clayton Road, 687-1 1 1 1 

Arden 28704, 

EMMA'S GROVE: Tim Sanders, 129 Churchill Downs Dr., Fairview 28730 628-0456 

NEWBRIDGE: Charles Alonso, P.O. Box 132, Spruce Pine 28777 775-0009 

WEST ASHEVILLE: Scott Shields, 926 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-9824 

MINISTERS OF EDUCATION 

ARDEN FIRST: Brian Fleming, 3839 Sweeten Creek Road, Arden 28704 684-6780 

BEREA: Tom Ruit, 206 Harrison Street, Swannanoa 28778 686-4820 

BILTMORE: Ryland Whitehorn, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 
FAIRVIEW: Brian Hart, P. O. Box 2018, Fairview 28730 (603) 387-6549 

HOMINY: Trey Doyle, 135 Candler School Road, Candler 28715 667-4541 



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MERRIMON AVENUE: Larry Basinger, 283 Merrimon Avenue, Asheville 28801 252-2768 

MOUNTAIN VIEW: Mike Williams, 202 Bent Creek Road, Asheville 28806 665-3853 

NEW LIFE COMMUNITY: Rock Doddridge, 1417 Riverside Dr., Asheville 28804 254-0040 

POLE CREEK: Terry Hollifield, 96 Snow Hill Church Road, Candler 2871 5 667-4053 

SKYLAND: Joe Harrell, 21 1 5 Hendersonville Hwy., Skyland 28776 684-721 4 

SWANNANOA FIRST: Dan E. Snyder, P.O. Box 39, Swannanoa 28778 686-5123 

TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: Tim Penland, P.O. Box 268, Fairview 28730 628-2223 

WEAVERVILLE FBC: Marie Phillips, 63 N. Main Street, Weaverville 28787 645-6720 

MINISTERS OF YOUTH/STUDENTS 

ARDEN FIRST: Brian Fleming, 3839 Sweeten Creek Road, Arden 28704 684-6780 

ASHEVILLE FIRST: Roy Dobyns, 5 Oak Street, Asheville 28801 252-4781 

BEAVERDAM: Jon Hill, 399 Beaverdam Road, Asheville 28804 251-0430 

BENT CREEK: Sam Bennett, 1554 Brevard Road, Asheville 28806 667-9818 

BEREA: Tim Earwood, 61 Hickory Tree Rd., Asheville 28805 299-7092 

BILTMORE: Ashley Evans, Middle School, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 

Greg Lewallen, High School, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 

BLACK MOUNTAIN FIRST: Scot Davis, P.O. Box 656, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-6461 

CALVARY: Stuart Greene, 531 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-7301 

CHRISTIAN CREEK: Tresa Carter, 40 New Salem Road, Swannanoa 28778 298-1851 

CORINTH: Johnny Rogers, 195 Dix Creek One Rd., #2, Leicester 28748 683-2885 
CUMBERLAND AVENUE: Terry Miller, 119 Cumberland Ave., Asheville 28801 

DEAVERVIEW: Jeff Brown, 1 1 Sweetbriar Court, Asheville 28803 274-5184 

EMMA: Scott & Cindi Ireland, 149 Old Leicester Hwy., Asheville 28804 236-0574 

EMMA'S GROVE: Tim Sanders, 129 Churchill Downs Dr., Fairview 28730 628-0456 

ERWIN HILLS: Yvonne Ross, 101 Blossom Ridge, Leicester 28748 683-1944 

FAIRVIEW: John Parker, 32 Church Road, Fairview 28730 628-2908 
FLAT CREEK: Steve Pack, 21 Flat Creek Church Road, Weaverville 28787 

FOUNTAIN OF LIFE: Octavio and Socorro Esquivel, P. O. Box 1274 627-6326 

Clyde 28721 

FRIENDSHIP: Sandra Ingle, 20 Shadowlawn Drive, Asheville 28806 285-9846 

GASHES CREEK: Eric Metcalf, 81 Maxwell Road, Asheville 28805 298-4029 

GLADY: Ronnie Taylor, 723 Enka Lake Road, Candler 2871 5 667-81 19 

GRASSY BRANCH: Jason Rice, 499 Riceville Road, Asheville 28805 298-6451 

GROVESTONE: Crystal Kilgore, 48 Zanmi Road, Swannanoa, 28778 299-0396 

HOMINY: Trey Doyle, 135 Candler School Road, Candler 28715 667-4541 

INANDA: Jason Wood, 830 Hutch Mountain Road, Fletcher 28732 684-6766 

LIBERTY: Jerry Gilliam, 82 Ridge Road, Candler 28715 775-1267 

MACEDONIA Duke Seager, 11 Hawkins Drive, Leicester 28748 683-3137 

MERRIMON AVENUE: Larry Basinger, 283 Merrimon Avenue, Asheville 28801 252-2768 

MORGAN HILL: Don Garrison, 105 Ivey Hill Road, Weaverville 28787 345-9880 

MOUNT CARMEL: Teddy Wnter, 200 Mount Carmel Road, Asheville 28806 254-4688 

MOUNTAIN VIEW: Rodney Pressley, 40 Edith Lane, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-7305 

NEW LIBERTY: Shanna Buckner, 1 10 North Cardinal Drive, Asheville 28806 254-8178 

NEW LIFE: Ted Stump, 1417 Riverside Drive, Asheville 28804 254-0040 

NEW SALEM: Scott Meece, 766 Glenn Bridge Road, Arden 28704 681-5161 



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NEWBRIDGE: Allen & Brenda Pounders, 20 White Cedar Dr, 645-5835 

Weaverville 28787 

NEWFOUND: Charles Cole, P.O. Box 6, Leicester 28748 683-3178 

OAK GROVE: Jesse Looney, 1552 Cane Creek Road, Fletcher 28732 628-1873 

OAKLEY: Robby and Nikki Moore, 6 New Home Road, Marshall, 28753 683-4879 

OTEEN: Jimmy Tambini, 4 Forest Lane, Asheville 28805 296-1632 

PLEASANT HILL: Will Hyatt, 607 Clark's Chapel Road, Weaverville 28787 658-0086 

POLE CREEK: Aaron Burgner, 58 Tipton Farm Road, Candler 2871 5 670-7246 

REYNOLDS: Brad Knox, 1079 Sharon Ridge Road, Fairview 28730 628-3629 

RIDGEWAY: David Shope, Jr., 357 Dogwood Road, Candler 2871 5 667-0561 

SKYLAND: Robert Ponder, 45 Ivy Cove Road, Fairview 28730 628-0223 
SOUTH ASHEVILLE: Laura Rice, 342 White Pine Road, Arden 28704 

STARNES COVE: Glen Martin, 1 49 Starnes Cove Road, Asheville 28806 667-1 1 93 

SUNRISE: Jim McMillan, 6 Bramble Court, Arden 28704 684-371 2 

SWANNANOA FIRST: Karen Bonds, P. O. Box 39, Swannanoa 28778 686-5123 

TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: Adam Guice, 49 Fern Street, Asheville 28803 273-1368 

VICTORY: Donald Davis, 110 Olivette Road, Asheville 28804 254-2766 

WEAVERVILLE FBC: Blake Hall, P. O. Box 547, Weaverville 28787 645-6720 

WEST ASHEVILLE: Tony Hooper, 926 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-9824 

WHITE ROCK: John Parker, P. O. Box 2302, Fairview 28730 627-9573 

WOODLAND HILLS: Scott Reece, 50 Woodland Hills Road, Asheville 28804 658-2554 

ZION HILL: Mr. & Mrs. David Drake, 959 Newfound Road, Leicester 28748 683-2762 

MINISTERS OF CHILDREN 

ASHEVILLE FIRST: Cathy Anderson, 5 Oak Street, Asheville 28801 252-4781 

BEREA: Rebecca Reed, 1 1 Delia Ree Lane, Swannanoa 28778 298-2459 

BEVERLY HILLS: Marilyn Greene, 16 Lovers Loop, Asheville 28803 298-1093 

BILTMORE: Tere Tritt, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 
BLACK MOUNTAIN FIRST: Scot Davis, P.O. Box 656, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-6461 
CORINTH: Sharolyn Curenton, 195 Dix Creek One Rd., #2, Leicester 28748 683-5757 

CUMBERLAND: Patricia Jones, P.O. Box 1503, Enka 28728 665-8536 

DEAVERVIEW: Brenda Capps, 187 McKinnish Cove Road, Asheville 28806 254-9578 

EDGEWOOD: Sonya Bentley, 13 Fairfield Drive, Candler 28715 667-0465 

ELK MOUNTAIN: Elizabeth Emery, 23 Seay Road, Candler 2871 5 670-1 593 

EMMA: Evelyn Fouts, 202 Skyview Drive, Waynesville 28786 456-7293 

EMMA'S GROVE: Ray & Cathi Burleson, P.O. Box 541 , Arden 28704 684-6837 
ERWIN HILLS: Yvonne Ross, 101 Blossom Ridge, Leicester 28748 

FAIRVIEW: Teresa Anderson, P. O. Box 1 339, Fairview 28730 628-481 2 

FLAT CREEK: Anthony Angel, 1 37 Mayberry Drive, Asheville 28804 253-0631 
FRIENDSHIP: Shannon Birmingham, 249 Haywood St., Asheville 28801 

HOMINY: Trey Doyle, 135 Candler School Road, Candler 28715 667-4541 

INANDA: Betty Jo Pressley, 91 8 Sand Hill Road, Asheville 28806 667-0351 
MERRIMON AVENUE: Carole Ramsey, 283 Merrimon Avenue, Asheville 28801 252-2768 

MORGAN HILL: Amy Garrison, 105 Ivey Hill Rd., Weaverville 28787 645-9880 

MOUNT CARMEL: Bridget King, P. O. Box 1 139, Leicester 28748 683-0416 

MOUNTAIN VIEW: Lynn Bennett, 10 Asbury Place, Candler 28715 667-4210 

NEW LIFE COMMUNITY: Heather Pott, 68 Maxwell Rd., Asheville 28805 299-3199 



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NEW MORGAN HILL: Shannon Allison, 22 Devonshire Dr., Candler 2871 5 667-4966 

NEWBRIDGE: Pam Greene, 53 Pelzer Street, Asheville 28804 254-1 527 

NEWFOUND: Cheryl Thompson, P. O. Box 177, Balsam 28707 452-5761 

OAKLEY: Susan Kittel, 1 80 Windover Drive, Fletcher 28732 890-4324 

PINE BURR PARK: Kay Haynes, 400 Fletcher Martin Rd., Alexander 28701 683-3316 

POLE CREEK Kim Jenkins, 151 Prevost Street, Waynesville 28786 456-3929 

REYNOLDS: Kathy Fender, 928 Old Fort Road, Fairview 28730 628-3725 

RIDGEWAY: Trisha Bond, P. O. Box 16694, Asheville 28816 665-71 19 

SKYLAND: Jerry Massey, P. O. Box 278, Skyland 28776 684-7214 

STARNES Cove: Monica Merrell, 149 Starnes Cove Road, Asheville 28806 667-1 193 

SUNRISE: Jim McMillan, 6 Bramble Court, Arden 28704 684-3712 

SWANNANOA FBC: Karen Bonds, P. O. Box 39, Swannanoa 28778' 686-5123 

TRINITY AT FAIRVIEW: Tammy Harris, 535 Dye Leaf Lane, Fairview 28730 628-4447 

WEST ASHEVILLE: Kelly Tatham, 926 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-9826 

WHITE ROCK John Parker, P. O. Box 2302, Fairview 28730 628-9573 

WOODLAND HILLS: Sherry Campbell, 19 Clifton Place, Asheville 28804 658-1622 

MINISTERS OF PRESCHOOL 

BENT CREEK: Brenda West, 1554 Brevard Rd., Asheville 28806 667-9818 

BEREA: Mae Levy, 21 Levy Lane, Asheville 28805 298-4617 

BEVERLY HILLS: Avalene Lewis, 34 Haw Creek Circle, Asheville 28805 298-0214 

BILTMORE: Vicki Jennings, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 

Tere Tritt, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 
CHRISTIAN CREEK: Jean Sawyer, 511 Christian Creek Rd., Swannanoa 28778 298-7494 
CORINTH: Faye Owens, 195 Dix Creek One Rd. #2, Leicester 28748 

CUMBERLAND: Pat Jones, 1 1 9 Cumberland Avenue, Asheville 28801 254-4203 

DEAVERVIEW: Tammy Korniotes, 120 Hayes Cove Road, Leicester 28748 683-5707 
EDGEWOOD: Rhonda Bugbee, 19 Stanley Street, Candler 2871 5 

ELK MOUNTAIN: Christine Redmon, 38 Skyland Circle, Asheville 28804 258-2470 

EMMA Helen Marlowe, 445 Upper Brush Creek Road, Fletcher 28732 628-2076 

EMMA'S GROVE: Mr. & Mrs. Ray Burleson, P.O. Box 541, Arden 28704 684-6837 

ERWIN HILLS: Alicia Rymer, 18 Cloverfield Road, Alexander 28701 252-8763 
FLAT CREEK Elaine Blanton, 21 Flat Creek Church Road, Weaverville 28787 645-7910 

FRIENDSHIP: Debbie Piercy, 35 Old Fort Road, Fairview 28730 628-1 833 

GLADY: Barbara Whiteside, 1 59 Lower Glady Fork Road, Candler 2871 5 667-2375 

GRASSY BRANCH: Suzie Merrell, 76 Emmas Grove Rd., Fletcher 28732 628-1 567 

INANDA Grace Fathke, 12 Greenvale Drive, Leicester 28748 683-9746 

LONG SHOALS: Mary Lou Warrick, 76 Ball Gap Road, Arden 28704 684-7922 
MERRIMON AVENUE: Carole Ramsey, 283 Merrimon Avenue, Asheville 28801 252-2768 

MORGAN HILL: Donna Burnette, 876 Barnardsville Hwy., Weaverville 28787 626-2202 

MORNINGSIDE: Aileen Crain, 377 Oakley School Road, Asheville 28805 274-321 

MOUNT CARMEL: Khrista Bryson, 15 Kinsale Drive, Leicester 28748 683-9856 

Becky Ambrose, 340 Northwind Drive, Alexander 28701 683-9722 

NEW LIFE COMMUNITY: Heather Pott, 68 Maxwell Road, Asheville 28805 299-31 99 

NEW MORGAN HILL: Loraine Settles, 723 Brevard Road, Asheville 28806 667-3735 
OAK GROVE: Celia Nesbitt, P.O. Box 1332, Fletcher 28732 

OAKLEY: Lisa Sulkowski, 8 Waterford Court, Asheville 28806 252-0433 



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POLE CREEK: Kim Jenkins, 9 Prevost Street, Waynesville 28786 456-3929 

REED MEMORIAL: Tom Miller, 756 Fairview Road, Asheville 28803 274-7639 
REYNOLDS: Anna Narron, 26 Valley Creek Drive, Asheville 28803 

RIDGEWAY: Carolyn Wilson, 50 Indian Trail Road, Candler 2871 5 667-3086 

SKYLAND: Sherri Poteet, 21 15 Hendersonville Hwy., Skyland 28776 684-7214 
STARNES COVE: Mary Ann Riggins, 149 Starnes cove Road, Asheville 28806 667-1 193 

SWANNANOA FBC: Karen Bonds, P. O. Box 39, Swannanoa 28778 686-5123 

TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: Sandra Harris, P. O. Box 1427, Fairview 28730 628-0395 

VICTORY: Judy Herron, 1 39 Lee's Creek Road, Asheville 28806 254-2468 

WEAVERVILLE FIRST: Claire Rector, P. O. Box 547, Weaverville 28787 645-6720 

WEST ASHEVILLE: Kelly Tatham, 926 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-9824 

WHITE ROCK: Carla Hollifield, 7 Bunny Trail, Candler 2871 5 667-2505 

WOODLAND HILLS: Sherry Campbell, 19 Clifton Place, Asheville 28804 658-1622 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATORS 

ASHEVILLE FIRST: Jac Whatley, 5 Oak Street, Asheville 28801 252-4781 

BILTMORE: Ron Setran, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 

DeeAnne Lancaster (Accounting and Development) 35 Clayton Road, 687-1 1 1 1 
Arden 28704 

GRACE: Rick Ramsey, 718 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 254-0841 

NEWBRIDGE: Allen Pounders, 20 White Cedar Drive, Weaverville 28787 645-5835 

WEST ASHEVILLE: Darren Browning, 926 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-9824 

WOODLAND HILLS: Bill Newton, 112 Robinhood Road, Asheville 28804 713-1804 



SECRETARIES 

ANTIOCH: Tina Jones, 230 Buckner Branch Road, Barnardsville 28709 626-3565 

ARDEN FIRST: Barbara Barrier, 3839 Sweeten Creek Road, Arden 28704 684-6780 

Teresa Lackey, 3839 Sweeten Creek Road, Arden 28704 684-6780 

ASHEVILLE FIRST: Jennifer Carlson, 5 Oak Street, Asheville 28801 252-4781 

Cindy Hart, 5 Oak Street, Asheville 28801 252-4781 

BEAVERDAM: Sylvania Deweese, 10 Upland Road, Asheville 28804 253-2946 

BENT CREEK: Gail Cutshall, 1554 Brevard Rd, Asheville 28806 667-9818 

BEREA: Gloria King, 352 Shope Creek Rd., Asheville 28805 298-6970 

BETHEL: Gladys Culbertson, 17 Spivey Place, Asheville 28806 258-0917 

BEVERLY HILLS: Nancy Ingle, 777 Tunnel Road, Asheville 28805 298-4623 
BILTMORE: Address and telephone number for all staff will be: 

35 Clayton Road Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 

Cynthia Howe 
Jill Toth 
Sheri Johnson 
Shelby Hawkins 
Beverly Pressley 
Amber Zoller 
Sheila Austin 
Gayle Donaldson 



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Trina Lane 
JoAnne Lord 
Quida Ray 
Sue Bailey 
Marilyn Sawyer 
Pat Carden 
Jill Owenby 
Jane McConnell 
Mary Brookshire 
Kim Mericle 
Michelle Alexander 
Nellie Brevard 
Kate Mclntyre 
Gail Moore 
Tiffany Ballinger 
Valarie Manson 
Cynthia Cook 
Dot Smith 
OTHER STAFF: 
Carrie Holmes, Office Manager 
Michael Wagner, Accounting Assistant 
Lance Mericle, Director of Graphic Design 
Stacey Chacon, Graphic Designer 
Jamie Turnipseed, Graphic Design Specialist 
Debbie Hrncir, Director of Human Resources/Hospitality 
Keith Einsman, Director of Operations 
Doug Metcalf, Operations Assistant 
Jack Davis, Operations Assistant 
Steve Long, Operations Assistant 
Bill Schumacher, Facilities Manager 
Thomas Freeman, Food Services Director 
Justin Reeves, Food Service 
Dottie Setran, Bookstore Manager 
Jill Derrick, Bookstore Assistant 
Pat Johnson, Bookstore Assistant 
Kelly Williams, Director of PLACE Ministry 
Aaron Creasy, Director of Broadcast Media 
Dave Duncan, Director of Media 
Dawn Keel, Staffing Strategist 
Shannon Barber, Staffing Strategist 
Eric Alexander, Technical Support Specialist 
Shelly Snead, Songwriter 
Wesley Jones, IT Manager 
Scott Link, Pastor of Media 
Dr. Russ Rainey, Director of HOPE Network 
BLACK MOUNTAIN FIRST 

Martha Moore, P. O. Box 656, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-6461 

Betty Summey, P.O. Box 656, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-6461 



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CALVARY: Betty Chisolm, 531 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-7301 

CHRISTIAN CREEK: Ina B. Owenby, 20 Larry James Drive, Asheville 28805 298-1851 

Vickie Fuller, 115 Chapman Drive, Asheville 28805 298-4228 

CUMBERLAND AVENUE: Frances Mitchell, 36 Canterbury Road, 298-5046 

Asheville 28805 

EDGEWOOD: Buna Bartlett, 75 Sand Hill Road, Asheville 28806 667-2957 

ELK MOUNTAIN: Debi Bell, 163 Elk Mountain Road, Asheville 28804 251-1178 

EMMA'S GROVE: Jean Sexton, P.O. Box 1786, Fairview 28730 628-1951 

ENKA: Carolyn Norvell, P. O. Box 219, Enka 28728 667-2410 

FAIRVIEW: Patty Rhodes, P. 0. Box 219, Fairview 28730 628-1886 

FLAT CREEK: Mildred Ray, 35 Flat Creek Church Road, Weaverville 28787 658-8926 

FREEDOM: Linda Silvers, 28 Pennsylvania Ave., Asheville 28806 252-1085 

FRIENDSHIP: Debbie Piercy, 35 Old Fort Road, Fairview 28730 628-1 833 

GLADY: Mary J. Woods, P. O. Box 531 , Enka 28728 667-3806 

Frances Warren, 1 5 Glady Knoll, Candler 2871 5 667-0200 

GRACE: Barbara Kanipe, 5 Belleair Road, Asheville 28806 254-8544 

GRASSY BRANCH: Carol Manley, 599 N. Louisiana Ave., Asheville 28806 255-0747 

GROVE STONE: Sybil Fox, 24 Reynolda Drive, Asheville 28803 298-5502 

HOMINY: Melissa Hughes, 214 Arrowhead Lane, Asheville 28806 683-1836 

INANDA: Juanita Webb, P. O. Box 1 141, Weaverville 28787 658-0361 

Jennie Price, 20 Stroud Valley Road, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-5788 

LAUREL SPRINGS: Susan Stills, P. O. Box 576, Fairview 28730 628-2407 

LIBERTY: Barbara Raby, 875 Monte Vista Road, Candler 28715 667-8100 

LONG SHOALS: Jenny Buchanan, 67 Young's Gap Road, Fletecher 28732 687-1584 

MACEDONIA: Karen Harwood, 1075 Jenkins Valley, Alexander 28701 683-1762 

MERRIMON: Marilyn Howell, 283 Merrimon Avenue, Asheville 28801 252-2768 

Lynnette Johnson, 283 Merrimon Avenue, Asheville 28801 252-2768 

MORGAN HILL: Gladys Buckner, 110 High Point Road, Weaverville 28787 626-3197 

MORNINGS IDE: Judy Ledford, 485 Old Haw Creek Road, Asheville 28805 298-3872 

MOUNT CARMEL: Ruth Hackett, 200 Mount Carmel Road, Asheville 28806 254-4688 

Sharon Miller, 533 Old Fort Road, Fairview 28730 254-4688 

MOUNTAIN VIEW: Evelyn Harwood, 306 Padgettown Rd., Black Mtn. 2871 1 669-7752 

NEW LIFE: Ann Bartow, 1417 Riverside Drive, Asheville 28804 254-0040 

NEW MORGAN HILL: Carolyn Ledford, P. O. Box 2288, Candler 28715 667-4451 

NEWBRIDGE: Ann Rogers, 28 Washington Avenue, Asheville 28804 253-1257 

NEWFOUND: Linda Plemmons, P. O. Box 6, Leicester 28748 683-3178 

OAK GROVE: Gail Austin, 66 Fox Br. Road, Fairview 28730 628-2364 

OAKLEY: Peggy House, 1 00 Onteora Blvd. , Asheville 28803 274-31 1 5 

Christie Rhom, 1 1 3 Upper Grassy Branch Road, Asheville 28805 298-6278 

PINE BURR PARK: Peggy Gentry, 868 Jupiter Road, Weaverville 28787 645-0480 

Dot Parker, 22 Clove Brook Drive, Weaverville 28787 645-8686 

PLEASANT HILL: Christy McCary, 460 Creekside Drive, Asheville 28804 658-8216 

POLE CREEK: Sharon Brown, 1 1 1 Indian Branch Road, Candler 28715 667-9009 

REED MEMORIAL: Debbie DeBruhl, 756 Fairview Road, Asheville 28803 274-7639 

RIDGEWAY: Barbara Surrett, 242 George's Branch Road, Candler 28715 667-8185 

SKYLAND: Delia Brindley, P. O. Box 278, Skyland 28776 684-7214 

SOUTH ASHEVILLE: Helen White, 23 Chipping Green Drive, Arden 28704 687-3488 

Edith Silver, 62 Bellevue Road, Asheville 28803 274-1 390 



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SOUTH BUNCOMBE: Shirley Carter, 370 Mills Gap Road, Asheville 28803 684-4673 

STARNES COVE: Kim Blazer, 149 Starnes Cove Road, Asheville 28806 667-1 193 

Linda Smith, 149 Starnes Cove Road, Asheville 28806 667-1 193 

SUNRISE: Marcia Elliott, 84 Sun Valley Drive, Alexander 28701 252-2030 

SWANNANOA FIRST: Pat Wilson, P. O. Box 39, Swannanoa 28778 686-5123 

TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: Stephanie Sluder, 320 Emma's Grove Road, 628-1 806 

Fletcher 28732 

Lisa Jackson, 21 Lynette Drive, Fairview 28730 628-2446 
TURKEY CREEK: Brenda Gillespie, 551 Moore's Valley Lane, Leicester 28748 683-9897 

Angela Bassett, P.O. Box 128, Leicester 28748 683-4817 

VICTORY: Polly Jarvis, 5 Macedonia Drive, Asheville 28804 258-8105 

WEAVERVILLE FIRST: Joy Sprinkle, P. O. Box 547, Weaverville 28787 645-6720 

WEST ASHEVILLE: Kathy Dowdle, 926 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-9824 

Marsha Medford, 926 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-9824 

WESTWOOD: Cassandra Smith, 150 Westwood Place, Asheville 28806 255-8999 

WHITE ROCK: JoAnn Gipe, P. O. Box 1748, Candler 28715 667-1677 

WOODLAND HILLS: Pam Brock, 45 Applecross Road, Weaverville 28787 658-2414 

Diane Roberts, 1059 Jupiter Road, Weaverville 28787 645-9532 

Janet Menard, P. O. Box 654, Mars Hill 28754 689-9227 

ZION HILL: Shirley Godleski, 870 Newfound Road, Leicester 28748 683-9561 

ORDAINED MINISTERS IN BUNCOMBE BAPTIST CHURCHES 

(Not pastors) 



ARDEN FIRST: 

Dr. Steve Spangler (I), 23 Rhododendron Drive, Arden 28704 

James Garrison (CH), 94 Beale Road, Apt. C-8, Arden 28704 

Dr. Joe Babb (R), 8 Summit Drive, Arden 28704 

Eddie Hammett (SW), 2604 Deermouse Way, Hendersonville 28792 

Scott Lynch, 180 Crescent Hill, Arden 28704 

ASHEVILLE FIRST: 

Sue Barron (O), 300 Falling Leaf Lane #308, Asheville 28803 
David Blackmon (CH), 8 Mayfair Drive, Arden 28704 
Paul Bobbitt (R), P. O. Box 6, Ridgecrest 28770 
John Bussard (R) 85 Pine Ridge Road, Mars Hill, NC 28754 
Mary Caldwell (CH), P. O. Box 648, Candler 28715 
Carolyn Charles (I), 400 Creekside Drive, Asheville 28804 
Cliff Christian (I), 7 Woodbury Road, Asheville 28804 
Henry Crouch (R), 326 Stratford Road, Asheville 28804 
Fred Duckett (R), 1 1 Wendy Lane, Asheville 28805 
Joye Ardyn Durham (I), P. O. Box 953, Black Mountain 2871 1 
Edgar Ferrell (R), 103 Taylor Street, Black Mountain 2871 1 
Rufus Fisher (R), 1313 Appalachian Blvd., Arden 28704 
Joe David Fore (R), 4 East Shore Drive, Asheville 28805 
Bob Fullbright (R), 7 Liberty Road, Waynesville 28786 
Alan Gragg, (R) 345 Kimberly Avenue, Asheville 28804 
Robert Gray (R), 307 Kyfields Drive, Weaverville 28787 
Jim Langford (R), 29 Village Parkway, Black Mountain 2871 1 



681-8259 
681-8682 
684-5674 
272-0903 
684-5280 



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Juliana Lassiter, P.O. Box 332, Montreat 28757 

John Merritt (R), 29 Cloud Nine Road, Leicester 28748 

Ken Miller (R), 104 Buffalo Trail, Asheville 28805 

Fred Morris (R), 36 Wildwood Avenue, Asheville 28804 

Garvice Murphee, 1 1 Willow Tree run, Asheville 28803 

Jerry Ratcliff (R), 123 Woodbum Drive, Swannanoa 28778 

Scott Rogers (R), 6 Beaverdam Court, Asheville 28804 

Bill Snyder (R), 307 Parker Road, Asheville 28805 

Clarence Vassar (R), 35 Glencaim Heights, Black Mountain 2871 1 
BEREA: Jim Holmes, 1 1 3 Brierbrook Road, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-5384 

Ken Rape, 300 Clear Creek Rroad, Pineville, KY 40977 843-680-3149 

BILTMORE: Randy Shepherd (O), 206 Abbey Circle, Asheville 28805 298-1468 

John Dillon (O), 21 Thistlewood Lane, Hendersonville 28791 891-2057 

Roy Rigdon, P. O. Box 1447, Enka 28728 

Larry Edwards, P. O. Box 267, Weaverville 28787 

David Bruce, P.O. Box 937, Montreat 28757 

Victor Howard, 303 Scarlet Tanager Court, Arden 28704 

Tom Atema, 86 Eastmoor Drive, Asheville 28805 

Curtis Moore, 6890 Boylston Highway, Horse Shoe 28742 
BLACK MOUNTAIN FIRST: Harold Blankenship, P.O. Box 7, Ridgecrest 28770 

Norman Willie, P. O. Box 222, Ridgecrest 28770-0222 
BUCKEYE: Dr. Gene Carnell (R), P.O. Box 504, Ridgecrest 28770 
CELEBRATION CHURCH: Mace Honeycut (R), 24 Sienna Dr., Asheville 28806 
CORINTH BAPTIST CHURCH: Reese Beaver (I) 18 Dix Creek Rd. #1, 

Leicester 28748 
CUMBERLAND: Kyle Shipman (I), 24 Allen Street, Asheville 28806 
DEAVERVIEW: Homer Carroll (I), P. O. Box 1562, Weaverville 28787 
EMMA'S GROVE: Matthew Lytle, 1101 Thomrose Way, Wake Forest 27587 
FLAT CREEK: Roger A. Carlson, 1 1 N. Star Trail, Weaverville 28787 645-4548 

Gene Hall, 1 86 Murphy Hill Road, Weaverville 28787 658-0876 

FREEDOM: Andrew Hollifield, 541 Old US 19 23 Hwy., Candler 28715 665-1690 

GRACE: Larry Horton (O), 71 Maple Ridge Lane, Asheville 28806 253-8826 

Carl Frady (O), 33 Forest Ridge Drive, Asheville 28806 252-5838 

Richard Baird (EP), 130 Herron Avenue, Asheville 28806 258-1690 

GRASSY BRANCH: Clyde Hensley ®, 101 Memory Lane, Asheville 28805 299-9021 

HOMINY: Charles Kirby (CH), 423 Deerhaven Lane, Hendersonville 28791 890-2019 

C. Fred Werhan (R), 391 Justice Ridge Road, Candler 28715 667-2471 

INANDA: Claude Surrett (EP), #4 Liberty Circle, Candler 28715 665-7750 

Bob Roland (EP), 35 Upper Moffitt Branch Road, Asheville 28805 298-9499 

LONG SHOALS: Edgil Burke (I), 21 Green Leaf Road, Arden 28704 684-3347 

MACEDONIA: Ray Vail (R), 241 W. Wonder Road, Leicester 28748 683-0228 

Larry Ledford (O), 434 Macedonia Road, Asheville 28804 281-1409 

MERRIMON AVENUE: Norman Sanders (O), 38 Pressley Road, Asheville 28805 
MOUNT CARMEL: Keith Sargent (O), 32 Leet Sluder Road, Leicester 28748 683-0590 

Bill Creson, 203 Old Highway #20, Alexander 28701 
NEW MORGAN HILL: Steve Plemmons, 740 Upper Glady Fork Road, 667-0467 

Candler 28715 

James Allen, 370 Lake Drive, Candler 2871 5 667-4313 



669-8808 
669-1677 
669-9788 
254-5574 



253-2749 



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NEWBRIDGE: Lee Roy Denton (R), P. 0. Box 147, Weaverville 28787 645-741 1 

Paul Greene (R), 174 Elkwood Avenue, Asheville 28804 254-9253 
E. S. Morgan, (I) Rickman Nursing Ctr., Room C101, 213 Richmond 
Hill Drive, Asheville 28806 

OAKLEY: Owen Sayles (R), 116 Merchant Street, Asheville 28803 277-8470 

OTEEN: Lloyd Wolfe (R), 61 Wolf Road, Asheville 28805 298-5656 

PINE BURR PARK: David Gentry (EP) 868 Jupiter Road, Weaverville 28787 645-0480 

David Moore (EP), 47 Goodman Road, Asheville 28804 658-0333 

POLE CREEK: Cecil Fox (R), 2 Owl Wood Drive, Candler 28715 665-4121 
REED MEMORIAL: E. M. Pettit, Jr. (PI), 7 Whitaker View Road, Fairview 28730 628-2215 

Lester Crayton (R), 166 Merchant Street, Asheville 28803 274-7329 
RIDGECREST: David Webb, P. 0. Box 53, Ridgecrest 28770 

Sam Miller (I), P. O. Box 53, Ridgecrest 28770 
RIDGEWAY: G. H. Shope (R), 187 Fox Ridge Drive. Hendersonville 28739 

SKYLAND: D. K. Brevard (R), P.O. Box 278, Skyland 28776 684-7214 

Carl Mintz (R), P.O. Box 278, Skyland 28776 684-7214 

Bobbie Arrowood, 41 5 Mount Gilead Church Road, Fletcher 28732 684-721 4 
SOUTH ASHEVILLE: Leonard Ponder (R), 7 Mess Lane, Arden 28704 

SUNRISE: Charles Surrett, 329 Hill View Drive, Canton 28716 648-6865 

SWANNANOA: Henry Coker (R), P. O. Box 404, Swannanoa 28778 298-5712 

Richard Rockwell (R), 15 Inspiration Way, Swannanoa 28778 686-7428 
TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: William Allen (R), 1245 Old Fort Road, Fairview 28730 628-3536 

TURKEY CREEK: Gordon Ball, 30 B&B Acres, Weaverville 28787 645-9879 
WEAVERVILLE FIRST: Bryan Brown, P.O. Box 547, Weaverville 28787 

WEST ASHEVILLE: George Roberts (R), 40 Wendover Road, Asheville 28806 252-3175 

Raymond Williams (O), P. O. Box 18712, Asheville 28814 252-4926 

Jamie Johnson (EP), 3205 Idle Hour Drive, Asheville 28806 667-881 1 

WOODLAND HILLS: Frank Hopkins, P. 0. Box 2154, Weaverville 28787 645-0124 

ZION HILL: David Trull (PI), 51 1 Laurel Cove Road, Leicester 28748 683-4317 



CODE: 

PI - Part-time, Interim 
AW - Associational Worker 
EM - Evangelist, Music 
EP - Evangelist, Preaching 



I - Inactive 

SW- State Worker 

CW- Convention Worker 

O - Other Church-related worker 



CH - Chaplain 
R - Retired 



SUNDAY SCHOOL DIRECTORS 

ANTIOCH: Jimmy Barber, 124 Holcombe Branch Road, Weaverville 28787 626-3108 

ARDEN FIRST: Tom Beck, 45 Ammons Drive, Arden 28732 684-0016 

BARNARDSVILLE: Jimmy Evans, 205 Haw Branch Road, Barnardsville 28709 626-3264 

BEAVERDAM: Barbara Bartlett, 41 Whispering Woods Drive, Asheville 28804 236-9783 

BENT CREEK: Porter Jennings, 33 Baird Street, Asheville 28801 254-4864 

BEREA Tom Ruit, 206 Harrison Street, Swannanoa 28778 686-4820 

BETHEL: Bob Clark, P.O. Box 937, Asheville 28806 253-0585 

BEVERLY HILLS: Jack Ramsey, P. 0. Box 746, Asheville NC 28802 687-0741 

BILTMORE: Ryland Whitehorn, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 



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BLACK MOUNTAIN FIRST: Andrew C. Owenby, 180 Old Lakey Gap Road 669-9214 

Black Mountain 28711 

BUCKEYE: James Pruett, 278 Jim's Branch Road, Swannanoa 28778 298-7532 

CALVARY: Brent Farlow, 531 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-7301 

CHRISTIAN CREEK: Frank Mcintosh, 435 Christian Creek Rd., 298-7060 

Swannanoa 28778 

CORINTH: Douglas Metcalf, P. O. Box 19353, Asheville 28815 299-4787 

CUMBERLAND AVENUE: Willie Hughes, 1 1 9 Cumberland Avenue, 28801 254-4203 

DEAVERVIEW: Janice Starnes, 172 Johnston Blvd., Asheville 28806 253-3694 

EDGEWOOD: Wayne Conner, 583 Brevard Road, Asheville 28806 254-2006 

ELK MOUNTAIN: Lee Bell, 163 Elk Mountain Road, Asheville 28804 251-1 178 

EMMA: Remon Fouts, 202 Skyview Drive, Waynesville 28786 456-7293 

EMMA'S GROVE: Mark Tate, 91 John Tate Drive, Fletcher 28732 628-0763 

ENKA: Lenora Sentelle, P. O. Box 1 1 1 , Enka 28728 667-1 383 

ERWIN HILLS: Noe McHone, PO Box 503, Leicester, NC 28748 683-0131 

FLAT CREEK: Darryl Roberts, 210 Friendly Circle, Asheville 28806 251 -1 306 
FOUNTAIN OF LIFE: Horacio Hernandez, 613 Rhododendron Avenue, 

Black Mountain 2871 1 669-1207 

FREEDOM: Robert Hollifield, 18 Alexis Drive, Leicester 28748 683-4252 

FRIENDSHIP: Royce Piercy, 35 Old Fort Road, Fairview, NC 28730-9758 628-1833 
GASHES CREEK: Mr. & Mrs. Butch Biddix, 325 Clover Dr., Fletcher, NC 28732 684-6685 

GLADY: Keith Sprinkle, 105 Lollis Road, Candler 28715 667-2875 

GRACE: Rick Wynne, 7 Creasman Place, Asheville 28806 667-4476 

GRASSY BRANCH: Daniel Ingle, 12 Primrose Lane, Asheville 28805 299-0409 

GROVE STONE: Bobby Hayes, 1 140 Bee Tree Rd., Swannanoa 28778 298-6418 

HOMINY: Bruce Morgan, P. O. Box 987, Enka 28728 667-5483 

INANDA: Burton Pressley, 918 Sand Hill Road, Asheville 28806 667-8164 
KERLEE: Ron McMahan, 127 Carolina Heights Road, Black Mountain 28711 

LAUREL SPRINGS: Tony Morgan, 691 Morgan Hill Road, Fairview 28730 628-4122 

LIBERTY: Mike Harris, 280 Liberty Road, Candler 28715 667-2824 

LONG SHOALS: Robert Taylor, 206 Royal Pines Drive, Arden 28704 684-6998 

MACEDONIA: Claudette McNaughton, 14 Waterford Court, Asheville 28806 253-4238 
MERRIMON AVENUE: Bruce Hawkins, 21 Bees Mountain Dr., Asheville 28804 252-0882 

MORGAN HILL: Darrell Garrison, 321 Dillingham Road, Barnardsville 28709 626-2628 

MORNINGSIDE: Gladys Dyer, 2004 Riceville Road, Asheville 28805 298-4549 

MOUNT CARMEL: Linda Brown, 451 Old Newfound Road, Asheville 28806 683-3501 

MOUNTAIN VIEW: Mike Williams, 202 Bent Creek Road, Asheville 28806 665-3853 

NEW LIBERTY: Trent Henson, 305 Carolina Pine Court, Leicester 28748 683-7147 

NEW MORGAN HILL: Steve Wilde, 1 34 Canaan Drive, Candler 2871 5 665-7606 

NEWBRIDGE: Robert Gouge, 20 Goldview Drive, Asheville 28804 645-0073 

NEWFOUND: Bobby Nelon, P. O. Box 1357, Leicester 28748 683-8968 

OAK GROVE: Tony Nesbitt, P.O. Box 1 332, Fletcher 28732 628-1 956 

OAKLEY: Terry Capps, 139 Echo Lake Drive, Fairview 28730 628-3274 

OTEEN: Lelia Moore, 4 Forest Lane, Asheville 28805 296-1632 

PINE BURR PARK: David Gentry, 868 Jupiter Road, Weaverville 28787 645-0480 

PLEASANT HILL: Randy Hensley, P. O. Box 461 , Weaverville 28787 658-9320 

POLE CREEK: Doug Brown, 544 Bryson Road, Candler 28715 665-6743 

REED MEMORIAL: Dan English, 756 Fairview Road, Asheville 28803 274-7639 



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REYNOLDS: Bill Gardner, 30 Allen Avenue #602, Asheville 28803 651-9125 

RIDGEWAY: Eddie Warren, 270 Wiggins Road, Candler 2871 5 667-0674 

SKYLAND: Joe Harrell, 21 1 5 Hendersonville Highway, Skyland 28776 684-7214 
SOUTH ASHEVILLE: Alva Hensley, 2 Raintree Lane, Arden 28704 681-5189 SOUTH 

BUNCOMBE: Rick Carter, 370 Mills Gap Road, Asheville 28803 684-4673 

STARNES COVE: Jack C. Radford, 147 W. Oakview Road, Asheville 28806 667-0544 

SUNRISE: Harold Laflin, 165 McKinney Road, Asheville 28806 667-9629 
SWANNANOA FIRST: Mark Wilson, 70 Spivey Mountain Road, Asheville 28806 254-9080 

TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: Tim Penland, P.O. Box 268, Fairview 28730 628-2223 

TURKEY CREEK: Danny Rhoden, 373 Tipton Hill Road, Leicester 28748 683-2831 

VICTORY: Yvette Haney, 344 Hookers Gap Road, Leicester 28748 683-0700 
WEAVERVILLE FIRST: Andy Bishop, P. O. Box 547, Weaverville 28787 

WEST ASHEVILLE: Buster Watts, 926 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-9824 

WHITE ROCK: Gene Moore, 270 Young's Cove Road, Candler 28715 667-3810 

ZION HILL: Charles Clark, 20 Little Austin Lane, Leicester 28748 683-31 14 

DISCIPLESHIP TRAINING DIRECTORS 



BEREA: Steve Shope, 62 Patton Cemetery Road, Swannanoa 28778 
BILTMORE: Ryland Whitehorn, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 
CALVARY: Kayla Welbom, 531 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 
CUMBERLAND AVENUE: Rev. Earl Jones, P. O. Box 1503, Enka 28728 
DEAVERVIEW: Rev. Darryl Searcy, 81 Davidson Road, Asheville 28803 
EMMA: Wayne Sorrells, 269 Hi-Alta Avenue, Asheville 28806 
MOUNT CARMEL: Kristi Brown, 132 Asvista Drive, Candler 28715 
NEW LIFE COMMUNITY: Rock Doddridge, 1417 Riverside Drive, 

Asheville 28804 
OAK GROVE: Tommy Wilkes, 16 Pressley Road, Fairview 28730 
POLE CREEK: Terry Hollifield, P. O. Box 98, Enka 28728 
RIDGEWAY: James Shope, 318 Old U. S. 19-23, Candler 28715 
SKYLAND: Diana Braddock, P. O. Box 278, Skyland 28776 
TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: Neil Carter, 26 Emma's Grove Road, Fletcher 28732 
TURKEY CREEK: Gary Fox, 68 Snelson Cemetery Road, Leicester 28748 
VICTORY: Cathy Robinson, 9 Rhodes Cemetery Drive, Asheville 28806 

BAPTIST MEN DIRECTORS 

BEAVERDAM: Curtis Roberts, 65 Webb Cove Road, Asheville 28804 
BEREA: Steve Shope, 62 Patton Cemetery Road, Swannanoa 28778 
BEVERLY HILLS: Wayne Early, P. O. Box 82, Fairview 28730 
BILTMORE: Ryland Whitehorn, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 
BUCKEYE: Ray Vess, 379 Buckeye Cove Road, Swannanoa 28778 
CORINTH: Rex Ingle, 1223 Old Hwy. #20, Alexander 28701 
CUMBERLAND AVENUE: Jerry Rector, 11 Star Road, Marshall 28753 
EDGEWOOD: Allen Robinson, 31 Old Oak Hill Road, Candler 28715 
FLAT CREEK: Dwight Ducker, 21 High Court Entrance, Asheville 28806 
FOUNTAIN OF LIFE: Teofilo Arredondo, 57 Fulton Street, Asheville 28801 
FREEDOM: Ken Weatherman, 64 Loop Road, Candler 28715 
GASHES CREEK: Lee Lyda, 37 Bee Ridge Road, Asheville 28803 



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254-1581 
665-8536 
274-6737 
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665-9457 
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628-2182 
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667-4568 
684-7214 
628-1747 
683-4644 
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281-8148 
686-5751 
628-4248 
687-1111 
298-8554 
683-9590 

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253-4285 
253-8470 
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GRACE: Clyde Kintner, 14 Cooper Blvd., Lot 47, Asheville 28806 670-1813 
GRASSY BRANCH: Gene Harper, 19 Country Springs Drive, Asheville 28804 255-3997 

GROVE STONE: Nick Ogle, 136 Dellwood Avenue, Swannanoa 28778 686-0044 

LONG SHOALS: Edgil Burke, 21 Green Leaf Road, Arden 28704 684-3347 

MACEDONIA: Eddie Taylor, 170 Jonestown Road, Asheville 28804 253-4050 
MORGAN HILL: Shane Wilson, 34 Johnson Hill Drive., Weaverville 28787 

MOUNTAIN VIEW: Mike McKee, 3 Wedgewood Ter., Black Mountain 2871 1 669-0786 

NEW MORGAN HILL: Blaine Cox, 370 Lake Drive, Candler 28715 667-4313 

NEWBRIDGE: Carter Pounders, Sr. 10 Revonda Drive, Asheville 28804 2545230 

NEWFOUND: C. Mark Collins, 27 Crowder Road, Leicester 28748 683-4204 

OAKLEY: Dan Anderson, 1 Lance Lane, Asheville 28806 253-6517 

OTEEN: Bill Wooten, 1 84 Cisco Road, Asheville 28805 298-31 73 

POLE CREEK: Wayne Campbell, 31 Devonshire Drive, Candler 28715 667-1240 

RIDGEWAY: Michael Stamey, 50 Dixon Terrace, Candler 28715 667-8612 

SKYLAND: Al Braddock, P. O. Box 278, Skyland 28776 684-7214 

SUNRISE: Ray Crawford, 1486 Old Balsam Road, Waynesville 28786 456-7923 

SWANNANOA FIRST: Don Robinson, 1068 Old US Hwy 70 W, 669-9518 

Black Mountain 28711 

TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: Brent Carter, 22 Alcorn Lane., Fletcher 28732 628-1747 

TURKEY CREEK: Terry Davis, 16 Tipton Hill Road, Leicester 28748 683-1046 

WEAVERVILLE FIRST: Wayne Higgins, P. O. Box 547, Weaverville 28787 645-6720 

ZION HILL: Stanley Ward, 171 Martin Branch Road, Leicester 28748 683-3114 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION DIRECTORS 

ARDEN FIRST: Faith Stucker, 3839 Sweeten Creek Road, Arden, 28704 684-6780 

ASHEVILLE FIRST: Janet Anderson, 2117 Brevard Road, Arden 28704 684-3289 

BEAVERDAM: Elaine Sawyer, 130 Spooks Branch Road, Asheville 28804 254-0314 

BEREA: Sharon Williams, 19 Williams Cove Road, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-2438 

BEVERLY HILLS: Elizabeth Rogers, 1 1 Beechwood Road, Asheville 28805 298-3787 

BLACK MOUNTAIN FIRST: Jeanette Cloud, 104 Pinetree Drive 669-8385 

Black Mountain 2871 1-3641 

BUCKEYE: Etheline Branch, 203 Mountain View Road, Asheville 28805 298-7887 

CALVARY: Evelyne Maney, 48 Clarendon Road, Ashevlle 28806 252-7583 
CHRISTIAN CREEK: Evelyn Carter, 40 New Salem Road, Swannanoa 28778 296-0145 
CUMBERLAND AVENUE: Frances Mitchell, 36 Canterbury Rd, Asheville 28805 298-5046 

EDGEWOOD: Girline Price, 27 A Heather Way, Candler 28715 667-2387 

EMMA: Robenia Jackson, 44 Starmount Drive, Asheville 28806 252-5871 

ENKA: Winnie Martel, 1210 Sand Hill Road, Enka 28728 667-2410 

FLAT CREEK: Wilda Bell, 3 Blueberry Hill Road, Asheville 28804 645-7039 

FOUNTAIN OF LIFE: Granada Hernandez, 61 3 Rhododendron Avenue, 669-1 207 

Black Mountain 28711 

FREEDOM: Judy Leeper, 65 Baker Place Ext., Asheville 28806 252-2107 

GASHES CREEK: Shirley Shope, 5 Charland Forest, Asheville 28803 298-1 895 



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GRACE: Barbara Felmet, 37 Salola Street, Asheville 28806 254-5389 

GROVE STONE: Judy Murphy, 305 Marion Avenue, Swannanoa 28778 686-5601 

LIBERTY: Dee Bishop, 115 Brooks Cove Road, Candler 28715 667-3060 

LONG SHOALS: Florence Owenby, 44 Owenby Lane, Arden 28704 684-0630 

MACEDONIA: Aimee Stewart, 24 Knollview Drive, Asheville 28806 683-4765 

MORGAN HILL: Gladys Buckner, 110 High Point Road, Weaverville 28787 626-3197 

MORNINGSIDE: Hilda Gasperson, 10 Middlebrook Road, Asheville 28805 298-4769 

MOUNT CARMEL: Nancy Owen, 1 1 5 Anders Drive, Asheville 28806 254-8393 

NEW MORGAN HILL: Sandra Clark, 89 Twin Lakes Drive, Candler 2871 5 667-5730 

NEWBRIDGE: Blanche Greene, 174 Elkwood Avenue, Asheville 28804 254-9253 

NEWFOUND: Gale F. Murray, 21 Noah's Valley, Leicester 28748 683-2918 

OAKLEY: Jean Hensley, 104 Hemphill Road, Asheville 28803 298-3983 

OTEEN: Helen Banks, 20 Bethesda Road, Asheville 28805 298-7442 

POLE CREEK: Susie Black, 21 English Place, Candler 28715 665-1938 

REED MEMORIAL: Doris Rzewnicki, 141 Porter Road, Asheville 28803 274-7802 

REYNOLDS: Holly Hamby, 42 Hamby Drive, Asheville 28803 298-4999 

RIDGECREST: Vanetta Biddix, P. O. Box 83, Ridgecrest 28770 669-7877 

RIDGEWAY: Wanda Taylor, 1 90 Wiggins Road, Candler 287 1 5 667-8945 

SKYLAND: Mary Works, 2115 Hendersonville Hwy., Skyland 28776 684-7214 

SUNRISE: Elizabeth Wells, 1 835 Old Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 667-4662 

SWANNANOA FIRST: Edwina Messer, 117 Chapman Road, Asheville 28805 298-6464 

TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: Lynn Carter, 26 Emma's Grove Rd., Fletcher 28732 628-1747 

TURKEY CREEK: Barbara Freeman, 2286 Bear Creek Road, Leicester 28748 683-0675 

VICTORY: Pam Stewart, P. O Box 703, Leicester 28748 683-9430 

WEAVERVILLE: Mary Porter, 116 Parsonage Drive, Asheville 28804 645-5824 

Kathy Price, 40 Wyatt Holler Road, Weaverville 28787 645-7198 

WEST ASHEVILLE: Jean Hollingsworth, 53 Edgewood Road, Candler 2871 5 667-2941 

WESTWOOD: Sara Roberts, 208 Westwood Place, Asheville 28806 252-51 84 

WHITE ROCK: Patty Mease, 141 Medford Road, Candler 28715 667-2078 

ZION HILL: Linda Clark, 20 Little Austin Lane, Leicester 28748 683-31 14 



DEACON CHAIRPERSONS 

ANTIOCH: Charles Hawkins, 300 Morgan Branch Road, Weaverville 28787 626-2800 

ARDEN FIRST: David Brott, 3839 Sweeten Creek Road, Arden 28704 684-6780 

BARNARDSVILLE: Robert Deitz, 40 Ivy Hill Road, Weaverville 28787 645-8498 

BEAVERDAM: Ronnie Coats, 116 Spooks Branch Road, Asheville 28804 253-5535 

BENT CREEK: Porter Jennings, 1554 Brevard Road, Asheville 28806 667-9818 

BEREA: David Bartlett, 194 Dillingham Circle, Asheville 28805 298-6133 

BETHEL: Ralph Long, 1 1 1 E Wonder Road, Leicester 28748 683-271 2 

BEVERLY HILLS: Alma Thompson, 905 Abbey Circle, Asheville 28805 298-6528 

BILTMORE: Kelvin Jones, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 

BLACK MOUNTAIN FIRST: Bernie Lewis, P.O. Box 971, 669-8241 

Black Mountain 2871 1-0971 

CALVARY: Dan Bradshaw, 106 Bell Road, Asheville 28805 299-8244 



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CHRISTIAN CREEK: Frank Mcintosh, 435 Christian Creek Road, 298-7060 

Swannanoa 28778 

CORINTH: Jerry Owens, 97 Mink Farm Road, Leicester 28748 683-1346 

CUMBERLAND AVENUE: Charles Mitchell, 36 Canterbury Road, 298-5046 

Asheville 28805 

DEAVERVIEW: Dale Wooten, 19 Foxbriar Drive, Candler 28715 667-1868 

EDGEWOOD: Ruel Nichols, 101 Moody Avenue, Candler 28715 667-2284 

ELK MOUNTAIN: Larry Plemmons, 303 Hi-Alta Avenue, Asheville 28806 258-3678 

EMMA: Stewart Jones, 63 Bingham Road, #19, Asheville 28806 252-6003 

EMMA'S GROVE: Jim Gilliam, 16 Lynnette Drive, Fairview 28730 628-1339 

ENKA: Frank Sentelle, P.O. Box 111, Enka, NC 28728-0111 667-1383 

ERWIN HILLS: Michael Ross, 101 Blossom Ridge, Leicester 28748 683-1944 
FLAT CREEK: Steve Chandler 21 , Flat Creek Church Rd., Weaverville 28787 658-3349 

FREEDOM: Jim House, 50 Rice Road, Asheville 28806 252-7125 

FRIENDSHIP: Neil Cathey, P. O. Box 272, Weaverville 28787 645-9671 

GASHES CREEK: Lankford Storey, 29 Botany Drive, Asheville 28803 298-0229 

GLADY: Ronnie Taylor, 723 Enka Lake Road, Candler 28715 667-8119 

GRASSY BRANCH: Harry Taylor, 27 Alpine Way, Swannanoa 28778 686-4009 

GROVE STONE: James Ogle, 217 Northeast Avenue, Swannanoa 28778 686-3179 

HOMINY: Joe Johnson, 145 Dogwood Road, Candler 28715 667-4082 

INANDA: Bill Cowan, 129 Carrier Street, Asheville 28806 253-8456 

JUPITER: Phil Pickens, 69 Upper Roberts Branch Rd., Weaverville 28787 645-4382 
KERLEE: Chester Barry, 22 Brooks Cove Road, Black Mountain 28711 
LAKEWOOD: Earl Pullium, 807 Rhododendron Avenue, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-2110 

LAUREL SPRINGS: Hardy Owenby, 809 Ridge Road, Asheville 28806 254-2972 

LIBERTY: Mike Harris, 280 Liberty Road, Candler 28715 667-8100 

LONG SHOALS: Ralph Cannon, 457 Avery's Creek Road, Arden, 28704 684-6188 

MACEDONIA: Jim McNaughton, 14 Waterford Court, Asheville 28806 253-4238 
MORGAN HILL: Frank Langford, 40 Morgan Branch Road, Weaverville 28787 658-2199 

MORNINGSIDE: Clarence Dotson, 112 Perishing Road, Asheville 28805 298-3902 

MOUNT CARMEL: David Sluder, 127 Lakeview Drive, Asheville 28806 253-4361 

MOUNTAIN VIEW: Scott James, 3 Debbie View Drive, Swannanoa 28778 298-7080 

NEW LIBERTY: Kenny Shipman, 63 Sunny View Terrace, Asheville 28806 254-7687 

NEW LIFE COMMUNITY: Danny Kendall, 359 Clover Drive, Fletcher 28732 681-8269 

NEW MORGAN HILL: Roy Blankenship, 370 Lake Drive, Candler 2871 5 667-431 3 

NEWFOUND: Tony Seiiers, 200 Landis Court, Apt. BB, Asheville 28806 255-0343 

OAK GROVE: Ken Williams, 344 Number Nine, Fairview 28730 628-3570 
OAKLEY: Joseph Moore, 29 Shannon Drive, Asheville 28803 

PLEASANT HILL: Cleve Honeycutt, 218 Monticello Road, Weaverville 28787 645-4503 

POLE CREEK: Tim Heatherly, P.O. Box 172, Candler 2871 5 667-5707 

REYNOLDS: Kenneth McAbee, 275 Pinners Cove Road, Asheville 28803 684-7964 

RIDGEWAY: Eddie Taylor, 190 Wiggins Road, Candler 28715 667-8945 

SKYLAND: Joe Harrell, P. O. Box 278, Skyland 28776 684-7214 

SOUTH ASHEVILLE: Scott Rice, 342 White Pine Road, Fletcher 28732 684-1 561 

SUNRISE: Harold Loflin, 165 McKinney Road, Asheville 28806 667-9629 
SWANNANOA FIRST: Steve McPeters, 15 Rhododendron Cir., Asheville 28805 298-2994 

TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: Bill Fisher, 384 Concord Road, Fletcher 28732 628-1 968 



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TURKEY CREEK: Gary Ponder, 700 Bear Creek Road, Leicester 28748 683-1913 

VICTORY: Bobby Dale Fisher, 84 Wolfe Park Circle, Asheville 28804 255-7627 

WEAVERVILLE: Wayne Higgins, P.O. Box 1285, Weaverville 28787 645-4021 

WEST ASHEVILLE: Bob Sisson, 926 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-9824 

WESTWOOD: G. B. Pressley, 84 Millbrook Road, Asheville 28806 254-4417 

WHITE ROCK Kay Crowder, P. O. Box 898, Candler 28715 667-8291 

ZION HILL: Vernon Dover, 21 Teague Drive, Leicester 28748 683-2168 

CHURCH TREASURERS 

ANTIOCH: Joe Merrill, 332 Morgan Branch Road, Weaverville 28787 626-2800 

ARDEN FIRST: Martin Reidinger, 1 Weston Heights, Asheville 28803 684-6458 

ASHEVILLE FIRST: Clyde Badger, 3 Maplewood Parkway, Asheville 28804 252-1 373 

BARNARDSVILLE: Melinda Lohr, 50 Dillingham Road, Barnardsville 28709 626-2484 

BEAVERDAM: Sylvania Deweese, 10 Upland Road, Asheville 28804 253-2946 

BENT CREEK: Jim Rickman, 1 554 Brevard Rd, Asheville 28806 667-1 81 8 

BEREA: Gloria King, 352 Shope Creek Rd., Asheville 28805 298-6970 

BETHEL: Gladys Culbertson, 17 Spivey Place, Asheville 28806 258-0917 

BEVERLY HILLS: Don Clemmons, 10 East Shore Drive, Asheville 28805 252-5837 

BILTMORE: Wayne Roddy, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 
BLACK MOUNTAIN FIRST: William C. Hamby, P.O. Box 753,Swannanoa 28778 298-5022 

BUCKEYE: Lynn Guterwill, 116 West Buckeye Rd., Swannanoa 28778 298-9305 

CALVARY: George Perkins, 12 Fox Run Place, Fairview 28730 628-0795 
THE CELEBRATION CHURCH: Calvin Cook, P. O. Box 289 Weaverville 28787 

CHRISTIAN CREEK: Kenneth Banks, 94 Dillingham Circle, Asheville 28805 298-3472 

CORINTH: Mildred King, 84 Solomon Road, Leicester 28748 683-3430 
CUMBERLAND AVENUE: Charles Mitchell, 36 Canterbury Rd, Asheville 28805 298-5046 

DEAVERVIEW: Brenda Capps, 187 McKinnish Cove Road, Asheville 28806 254-9783 
ECCLESIA BAPTIST: Tamara McDowell, P. O. Box 2365, Fairview 28730 

EDGEWOOD: Terry Herren, 8 Hummingbird Lane, Asheville 28806 253-8577 

ELK MOUNTAIN: Clara Redden, 38 Skyland Circle, Asheville 28804 258-2470 

EMMA: Brenda Moore, 224 Richmond Hill Drive, Asheville 28806 251-0752 

EMMA'S GROVE: Tim Sanders, 129 Churchill Downs Dr., Fairview 28730 628-0456 

ENKA: Lenora Sentelle, P.O. Box 219, Enka 28728-0219 667-2410 

ERWIN HILLS: Garreth Edmonds, 47 Farmstead Road, Leicester 28748 683-3676 

FAIRVIEW: Billy Cooper, 23 Gollum Drive, Fairview 28730 628-1 577 

FLAT CREEK Judy Pack, 1 20 Brank Cove Road, Weaverville 28787 645-491 1 
FOUNTAIN OF LIFE: Felix Lagos, 300 Kenilworth Road, Asheville 28803 

FREEDOM: Linda Silvers, 28 Pennsylvania Ave. , Asheville 28806 252-1 085 

FRIENDSHIP: Neil Cathey, P. O. Box 272, Weaverville 28787 645-9671 

GASHES CREEK: Lankford Storey, 29 Botany Drive, Asheville 28805 298-0229 

GLADY: Albert Crowe, 580 Upper Glady Fork Road, Candler 2871 5 667-4320 

GRACE: Betty Edwards, 1598 Wldwood Acres Road, Asheville 28806 683-3460 
GRACE AND KNOWLEDGE: Gail Pressley, P. O. Box 1175 

Black Mountain 2871 1 

GRASSY BRANCH: Jim Morrow, 918 Old Fort Road, Fairview 28730 628-1178 

GROVE STONE: Joan Barnwell, 203 Richmond Avenue, Swannanoa 28778 686-371 8 

HOMINY: Melissa Hughes, 135 Candler School Road, Candler 28715 667-4541 



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INANDA: Tommy Pressley, 916 Sand Hill Road, Asheville 28806 665-9870 

JUPITER: Melba Pickens, 69 Upper Roberts Branch Road, Weaverville 28787 645-4382 
KERLEE: Frances Allison, P. O. Box 1255, Black Mountain 28711 

LAKEWOOD: Katie Pullium, 807 Rhododendron Avenue, Black Mountain 28711 669-2110 

LAUREL SPRINGS: Susan Stills, P. 0. Box 576, Fairview 28730 628-2407 

LIBERTY: Barbara Raby, 875 Monte Vista Road, Candler 28715 667-8100 

LONG SHOALS: Sarah Herzberg, P. O. Box 55, Arden 28704 684-6949 

MACEDONIA: Karen Harwood, 1075 Jenkins Valley Road, Alexander 28701 683-1762 

MERRIMON AVENUE: Pat Carnahan, 283 Merrimon Avenue, Asheville 28801 252-2768 

MORGAN HILL: Linda Childers, 21 1 Morgan Branch Road, Weaverville 28787 645-341 1 

MORNINGSIDE: Susan Israel, 20 Patriots Drive, Asheville 28805 298-5058 

MOUNT CARMEL: Sherry Worley, 2 Audubon Drive, Asheville 28804 658-9354 

MOUNT OLIVE: Josie Stewart, 40 Mount Olive Church Rd., Asheville 28805 255-0583 

MOUNTAIN VIEW: Evelyn Harwood, 306 Padgettown Road, 669-7752 

Black Mountain 28711 

NEW LIBERTY: Darlene Dover, 49 Wright Road, Asheville 28804 252-8454 

NEW LIFE COMMUNITY: Bob Brumley, P. O. Box 12, Ridgecrest 28770 669-0954 

NEW MORGAN HILL: Maurice Clark, 89 Twin Lakes Drive, Candler 2871 5 667-5730 

NEW SALEM: Sue Webb, 25 Brittain Park Drive, Arden 28704 684-7303 

NEWBRIDGE: Hugh Roberson, 172 Elkwood Avenue, Asheville 28804 253-8956 

NEWFOUND: Lori G. Ingle, 109 Ramsey Road #5, Asheville 28806 683-3447 

NORTH POINT: H. B. Stroup, 22 Fairway View Dr., Weaverville 28787 255-8870 

OAK GROVE: Elaine Wilkes, 16 Pressley Place, Fairview 28730 628-2182 

OAKLEY. Frank Duckett, P. O. Box 1236, Fairview 28730 628-1843 

OTEEN: Nola Payne, 2165 Riceville Road, Asheville 28805 298-1582 

PINE BURR PARK: Troy Banks, 241 Hamburg Mtn. Road, Weaverville 28787 645-3441 

PLEASANT HILL: Violet Parham, 730 Old Marshall Hwy., Weaverville 28787 645-3760 

POLE CREEK: Katha Bowman, 9 Shayla Lane, Candler 2871 5 667-3843 

REED MEMORIAL: Dick Oyler, 756 Fairview Road, Asheville 28803 274-7639 

REYNOLDS: Blaine Briggs, 18 Sales Farm Road, Asheville 28803 298-2623 

RIDGECREST: Lynda Robinson, P. O. Box 53, Ridgecrest 28770 669-7612 

RIDGEWAY: Doyce Burnette, 191 Morgan Cove Road, Candler 28715 667-5988 

SKYLAND: Dennis Norton, P.O. Box 278, Skyland 28776 684-7214 

SOUTH ASHEVILLE: Sandy Rice, 342 White Pine Road, Fletcher 28732 684-1561 

SOUTH BUNCOMBE: Shirley Carter, 370 Mills Gap Road, Asheville 28803 684-4673 

STARNES COVE: Harold Wright, 149 Starnes Cove Road, Asheville 28806 667-1 193 

SUNRISE: Eddie Elliott, 84 Sun Valley Drive, Alexander 28701 252-2030 
SWANNANOA FIRST: Steve McPeters, 15 Rhododendron Cir., Asheville 28805 298-2994 

TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: Stephanie Sluder, 320 Emma's Grove Road 628-1 806 

Fletcher 28732 

TURKEY CREEK: Angela Bassett, P. O. Box 128, Leicester 28748 683-4817 

VICTORY: Polly S. Jarvis, 5 Macedonia Drive, Asheville 28804 254-8405 

WEAVERVILLE FIRST: Pansy Hathaway, 38 Brown Street, Weaverville 28787 645-3731 

WESTWOOD: Brawdus Hill, 421 Hazel Mill Road, Asheville 28806 252-0532 
WHITE ROCK: Betty Crowder, P. O. Box 1277, Candler 28715 

WOODLAND HILLS: Perry K. Brindley, Jr., 1 Northvalley Drive, 645-2514 
Weaverville 28787 



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ZION HILL: Shirley Godleski, 870 Newfound Road, Leicester 28748 



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CHURCH CLERKS 

ANTIOCH: Tina Jones, 230 Buckner Branch Road, Barnardsville 28709 626-3565 

ARDEN FIRST: Teresa Lackey, 3839 Sweeten Creek Road, Arden 28704 684-6780 

BARNARDSVILLE: Sue Shuford, 24 Shuford Road, Barnardsville 28709 626-2950 

BEAVERDAM: Sylvania DeWeese, 10 Upland Road, Asheville 28804 253-2946 

BENT CREEK: Inez Whiteside, 1554 Brevard Road, Asheville 28806 667-981 8 

BEREA: Phyllis Caldwell, 70 Dillingham Circle, Asheville 28805 298-5587 

BETHEL: Susan Haynes, 201 Newfound Road, Leicester 28748 683-4374 

BEVERLY HILLS: Alma Thompson, 905 Abbey Circle, Asheville 28805 298-6528 

BILTMORE: Carrie Houck, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 

BLACK MOUNTAIN FIRST: Anne S. Owenby, 180 Old Lakey Gap Road 669-9214 

Black Mountain 2871 1 

BUCKEYE: Ola Mae Vess, 379 Buckeye Cove Road, Swannanoa 28778 298-8554 

CALVARY: Freddie Hopper, 65 Tranglewood Dr., Asheville 28806 253-021 3 

CHRISTIAN CREEK: Ina B. Owenby, 20 Larry James Drive, Asheville 28805 298-1851 

CORINTH: Nancy L. Hensley, 32 Short Dix Creek Road, Leicester 28748 683-3441 

CUMBERLAND AVENUE: Lillian Stewart, 128 Richmond Hill Drive, 253-4189 

Asheville 28806 

DEAVERVIEW: Janice Starnes, 172 Johnston Blvd., Asheville 28806 253-3694 

EDGEWOOD: Barbara Banks, 60 Ormond Avenue, Asheville 28806 252-7128 

ELK MOUNTAIN: Debi Bell, 163 Elk Mountain Road, Asheville 28804 251-1 178 

EMMA: Joy Edwards, 85 Richmond Hill Road, Asheville 28806 254-1647 

EMMA'S GROVE: Jean Mcintosh, 41 7 Emma's Grove Road, Fletcher 28732 628-1 953 

ENKA: Emma Mashbum, P. O. Box 609, Enka 28728-0609 667-1427 

ERWIN HILLS: Jane Erwin, 12 Merlin Road, Asheville 28806 252-3962 

FAIRVIEW: Tonya Ledford, 8 Wright's Circle, Fairview 28730 628-2166 

FLAT CREEK: Crystle Hyatt, 3 Shomee Lane, Alexander 28701 645-0482 
FOUNTAIN OF LIFE: Carmen A. Moncayodeayala, 12 Coleman Hensley Dr. #2 

Weaverville 28787 645-3861 

FREEDOM: Linda Silvers, 28 Pennsylvania Avenue, Asheville 28806 252-1085 

GASHES CREEK: Shirley Shope, 5 Charland Forest. Asheville 28803 298-1895 

GLADY: Arlene Crowe, 580 Upper Glady Fork Road, Candler 28715 667-4320 

GRACE: Elaine Duncan, 86 Debra Lane, Asheville 28806 253-7403 

GRASSY BRANCH: Magdalene Jones, 12 Jones Hillock Dr., Asheville 28805 298-1936 

GROVE STONE: Joan Barnwell, 203 Richmond Avenue, Swannanoa 28778 686-3718 

INANDA Beverly Pressley, 916 Sand Hill Road, Asheville 28806 665-9870 

JUPITER: Melba Pickens, 69 Upper Roberts Branch Road, Weaverville 28787 645-4382 
KERLEE: Lorraine Moore, P. O. Box 207, Black Mountain 28711 

LAKEWOOD: Marie Hudgins, 201 S. Ridgeway Ave., Black Mountain 2871 1 669-4107 

LAUREL SPRINGS: Susan Stills, P. O. Box 576, Fairview 28730 628-2407 

LIBERTY: Judy Smith, 819 Monte Vista Road, Candler 28715 667-8100 

LONG SHOALS: Jenny Buchanan, 67 Young's Gap Road, Fletcher 28732 687-1 584 

MACEDONIA: Connie Moore, 390 Curtis Parker Road, Alexander 28701 683-5544 



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MERRIMON AVENUE: Pat Carnahan, 283 Merrimon Avenue, Asheville 28801 252-2768 

MORGAN HILL: Donna Burnette, 876 Barnardsville Hwy., Weaverville 28787 626-2202 

MORNINGSIDE: Victoria Fisher, 5 1 / 2 Elkmont Drive, Asheville 28804 254-3506 

MOUNT CARMEL: Shirley Lawson, 172 Davenport Road, Asheville 28806 252-1202 

MOUNTAIN VIEW: Wilma Strickland, 116 Beacon Street, Swannanoa 28778 686-3306 

NEW LIFE: Ann Bartow, 1417 Riverside Drive, Asheville 28804 254-0040 

NEW MORGAN HILL: Nancy Coley, 569 Case Cove Road, Candler 2871 5 667-9409 

NEW SALEM: Sue Webb, 25 Brittain Park Drive, Arden 28704 684-7303 

NEWBRIDGE: Euralee Rogers, 312 Baird Cove Road, Asheville 28804 645-6963 

NEWFOUND: Doris Sellers, 200 Landis Court, Apt. BB, Asheville 28806 255-0343 

OAK GROVE: Gail Austin, 66 Fox Branch Road, Fairview 28730 628-2364 

OAKLEY: Annette Anderson, 1 Lance Lane, Asheville 28806 253-6517 

OTEEN: Mae Ammons, 21 Spring Hill Drive, Arden 28704 687-2585 

PINE BURR PARK: Vickey Hickey, 123 Lakeshore Drive, Weaverville 28787 658-2458 

PLEASANT HILL: Doris Coates, 138 Stockton Road, Weaverville 28787 626-2051 

POLE CREEK: Katha Bowman, 9 Shayla Lane, Candler 28715 667-3843 

REED MEMORIAL: Ruby Bowman, 756 Fairview Road, Asheville 28803 274-7639 

REYNOLDS: Cindy Green, 1 104 Brush Creek Circle, Fairview 28730 628-3836 

RIDGECREST: Audrey Bryant, P. O. Box 354, Ridgecrest 28770 250-5746 

RIDGEWAY: Beverly Goodson, 34 Wiggins Road, Candler 2871 5 667-4997 

SKYLAND: Kathy Wilson, 3 Raintree Lane, Arden 28704 687-0127 

SOUTH ASHEVILLE: Edith Silver, 62 Bellevue Road, Asheville 28803 274-1390 

SOUTH BUNCOMBE: Robin Paine, P.O. Box 1747, Candler 28715 667-2096 

STARNES COVE: Rena Hollifield, 149 Starnes Cove Road, Asheville 28806 667-1 193 

SUNRISE: Marcia Elliott, 84 Sun Valley Drive, Alexander 28701 252-2030 

SWANNANOA FIRST: Lois Ferm, 200 Tabernacle Road, Apt. #226 669-1678 

Black Mountain 28711 

TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: Gail Guy, 45 Josiah Lane, Fletcher 28732 628-9543 

TURKEY CREEK: Beth Ponder, 700 Bear Creek Road, Marshall 28753 683-1913 

VICTORY: Polly Jarvis, 5 Macedonia Drive, Asheville 28804 254-8405 

WEAVERVILLE FIRST: Wilma Wilson, P.O. Box 547, Weaverville 28787 645-3437 

WEST ASHEVILLE: Kathy Dowdle, 926 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-9824 

WESTWOOD: Cassandra Smith, 150 Westwood Place, Asheville 28806 255-8999 

WOODLAND HILLS: Jerry Brindley, 1 Northvalley Drive, Weaverville 28787 645-2514 

ZION HILL: Judy Ward r 171 Martin Branch Road, Leicester 28748 683-9818 

MEDIA LIBRARY DIRECTORS 

ARDEN FIRST: Carolyn Klepper, 1 Fairway Drive, Arden 28704 684-7548 

ASHEVILLE FIRST: Jeanne Russell, 5 Oak Street, Asheville 28801 252-4781 

BEAVERDAM: Brenda Lewis, 21 Sycamore Street, Asheville 28804 252-7735 

BEREA: Rebecca Holmes, 1 1 3 Brierbrook Rd., Black Mountain 2871 1 669-5384 

BEVERLY HILLS: Elizabeth Rogers, 1 1 Beachwood Rd., Asheville 28805 298-3787 

BILTMORE: DeeAnn Hudson, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 

BLACK MOUNTAIN FIRST: Nancy Hamby, P. O. Box 753, 298-5022 

Black Mountain 2871 1 

CALVARY: Judy Clevenger, 531 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-7301 

EMMA'S GROVE: Sandra Jackson, 417 Emma's Grove Rd., Fletcher 28732 628-1953 



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ENKA: Joan Fisher, 1210 Sand Hill Road, Enka 28728 667-241 

Anne Hagan, 1210 Sand Hill Road, Enka 28728 667-2410 

FAIRVIEW: Sue Jackson, 52 Taylor Road, Fairview 28730 628-2493 

GRACE: Cathryn Kinser, 68 W. Oakview Road, Asheville 28806 667-1 725 

GROVE STONE: Joan Barnwell, 203 Richmond Avenue, Swannanoa 28778 686-3718 

LIBERTY: Joyce Holcombe, 1 1 7 Holcombe Cove Road, Candler 2871 5 667-401 

LONG SHOALS: Evelyn Cannon, 457 Avery's Creek Road, Arden 28704 684-6188 

MACEDONIA: Tammy Bowling, 351 Mag Sluder Road, Alexander 28701 683-8957 
MORGAN HILL: George & Myra Buckner, 85 Ivy Hill Road, Weaverville 28787 645-9438 

MOUNT CARMEL: Nancy Owen, 1 1 5 Anders Drive, Asheville 28806 254-8393 

MOUNTAIN VIEW: Bobbi Vickery, 600 Azalea Ave., Black Mountain 2871 1 669-2570 

NEW MORGAN HILL: Marlene Allison, 45 Misty Lane, Candler 2871 5 667-1 205 

NEWFOUND: Rena Verner, 35 Golden Tree Lane, Asheville 28806 683-1 212 

OAKLEY: Sharon Fauerbach, 7 Crestview Street, Asheville 28803 274-5904 

OTEEN: Helen Banks, 20 Bethesda Road, Asheville 28803 298-7442 

POLE CREEK: Chuck Sprinkle, 332 Hooker's Gap Road, Candler 28715 667-9368 

REYNOLDS: Lori Robinson, 883 Ganen Creek Road, Fairview 28730 628-4961 

RIDGEWAY: Beverly Harris, 171 NC HWY 151, Candler 2871 5 670-6315 

SKYLAND: Shanna Garren, P. O. Box 278, Skyland 28778 684-7214 

STARNES COVE: Linda Baker, 149 Starnes Cove Road, Asheville 28806 667-1 193 

TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: Becky Lathan, P. O. Box 488, Fairview 28730 628-11 48 

VICTORY: Betty Franklin, 850 Olivette Road, Asheville 28804 254-4008 
WEAVERVILLE FIRST: Juanita Greer, P. O. Box 547, Weaverville 28787 

WEST ASHEVILLE: Donna Slice, 926 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-9824 

CHURCH ORGANISTS 

ANTIOCH: Patsy Hawkins, 300 Morgan Branch Road, Weaverville 28787 686-3000 

ARDEN FIRST: Donna M. Arthur, P. O. Box 223, Arden 28704 687-2982 

ASHEVILLE FIRST: Dr. David Foster, 5 Oak Street, Asheville 28801 252-4781 

BETHEL: Jean Bridges, 220 Ridgeview Road, Alexander 28701 683-2757 

BEVERLY HILLS: Judy Smith, 506 Vance Avenue, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-8179 

CALVARY: Susan Hocking, 531 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-7301 

CHRISTIAN CREEK: Ina Owenby, 20 Larry James Drive, Asheville 28805 298-1 851 

CORINTH: Joy Hawkins, 190 Dix Creek Road #2, Leicester 28748 683-2003 

DEAVERVIEW: Sharon Brown, 64 Morgan Branch Estates, Candler 28715 665-7381 
EDGEWOOD: Barbara Norvell, P. O. Box 671, Candler 28715 

EMMA'S GROVE: Ann Lytle, 21 1 Gap Creek Road, Fletcher 28732 628-2774 

ENKA: Dr. Ellen Burgess, 1210 Sand Hill Road, Enka 28728 667-241 

FREEDOM: Maxine Clement, 143 Alexander Road, Weaverville 28787 658-0136 

GASHES CREEK: Sandra Lyda, 37 Bee Ridge Road, Asheville 28803 298-2298 

GRACE: Susan Shaw, 34 Eola Avenue, Asheville 28806 258-2558 
GRASSY BRANCH: Vickie Bishop, 121 Emma's Grove Road, Fletcher 28732 628-1871 

GROVE STONE: Diane Ogle, 217 North East Avenue, Swannanoa 28778 686-3179 

MACEDONIA: Marian Whiteside, 51 Panorama Drive, Asheville 28806 253-0556 

MERRIMON AVENUE: Mike Goldsmith, P. O. Box 1454, Fairview 28730 628-3788 

MORGAN HILL: Pat Garrison, 321 Dillingham Road, Bamardsville 28709 626-2628 

MORNINGSIDE: Hilda Gasperson, 10 Middlebrook Road, Asheville 28805 298-4769 



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NEW LIBERTY: Gaynelie Rogers, 520 Olivette Road, Asheville 28804 252-1930 

NEW MORGAN HILL: Nancy Coley, 569 Case Cove Road, Candler 2871 5 667-9409 
NEW SALEM: Shirley Creasman, 7 Main Street, Asheville 28803 

NEWFOUND: Jerry Leeper, 1722 Bear Creek Road, Leicester 28748 683-7022 

OAKLEY: Rebecca Hyatt, 4454 Eller Ford Road, Weaverville 28787 658-8039 

PLEASANT HILL: Doris Burnette, 19 Ivy Overlook Drive, Marshall 28753 649-2972 

POLE CREEK: Mabel Greene, 2693 Smokey Park Hwy., Candler 2871 5 667-5396 

REYNOLDS: Richard Sales, 15 Sales Farm Road, Asheville 28803 299-3142 
RIDGECREST: Eleanor Bridell, P. O. Box 53, Ridgecrest 28770 

RIDGEWAY: Carolyn Fowler, 21 Mary's Lane, Candler 28715 667-8635 

SKYLAND: Mary Taylor, P.O. Box 278, Skyland, NC 28776 684-7214 

SOUTH ASHEVILLE: Gladys Lance, P. O. Box 51 8, Arden 28704 651-0262 

SOUTH BUNCOMBE: Shirley Carter, 370 Mills Gap Road, Asheville 28803 684-4673 

STARNES COVE: Carol Radford, 149 Starnes Cove Road, Asheville 28806 667-1 193 

SUNRISE: Marcia Elliott, 84 Sun Valley Drive, Alexander 28701 252-2030 

SWANNANOA FBC: Ann Blankenship, 16 Offshore Drive, Asheville 28805 98-7664 
TURKEY CREEK: Phyllis Freeman, 932 N. Turkey Creek Rd. Leicester 28748 

VICTORY: Sandy Sprinkle, 201 Macedonia Road, Asheville 28804 254-6676 

WEAVERVILLE FBC: Frances Coates, P. O. Box 547, Weaverville 28787 645-6720 

WEST ASHEVILLE: Debbie Davis, 926 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-9824 

WESTWOOD: Marisa Oxner, 1 9 Vista Drive, Candler 2871 5 667-8347 
WOODLAND HILLS: Mary Kay Parker, 84 WT Weaver Blvd. Asheville 28804 

ZION HILL: Beth Rogers, 10 Haylandy Drive, Leicester 28748 683-3561 

CHURCH PIANISTS 

ARDEN FIRST: Maida McMahan, 2 Canterbury Place, Arden 28704 684-5041 

BARNARDSVILLE: Judith Pruitt, 13 Pinerose Drive, Weaverville 28787 645-2402 

BEAVERDAM: JoAnn Robinson, 12 Quail Hollow, Asheville 28804 252-4844 

BENT CREEK: Autumn Wright, 1 554 Brevard Rd, Asheville 28806 667-981 8 

BEREA: Peggy Burrell, 560 Riceville Road, Asheville 28805 298-3199 

BETHEL; Kathy Flint, 25 Evelake Drive, Asheville 28806 281-2277 

BEVERLY HILLS: Diane Coombs, 9 Silverstone Drive, Asheville 28805 299-3847 

BILTMORE: Lisa Sonrells, 10 Linden Street, Arden 28704 681-9723 

Karen Ramsey, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 

BLACK MOUNTAIN: Kathryn Hilliard, 118 Brookside Avenue, 669-1779 

Black Mountain 28711 

BUCKEYE: Ola Mae Vess, 379 Buckeye Cove Road, Swannanoa 28778 298-8554 

CALVARY: Frances Corbin, 531 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-7301 

CHRISTIAN CREEK: Doris Moore, 121 Warren Wilson Road, 298-7834 

Swannanoa 28778 

CORINTH: Lorene Townsend, 50 Dix Creek Chapel Road, Leicester 28748 683-9976 

DEAVERVIEW: Ernestone Stone, 14 Standing Wood Drive, Asheville 28804 258-9471 

ECCLESIA: Susan Sluder, 41 Owenby Cove Road, Asheville 28803 298-0717 
EDGEWOOD: Roena Dills, P. O. Box 1692, Enka 28728 

ELK MOUNTAIN: Barbara Alexander, 1 7 Alexis Drive, Leicester 28748 683-3428 

EMMA: Evelyn Fouts, 86 Skyview Drive, Waynesville 28786 456-7293 

EMMA'S GROVE: Ann Lytle, 21 1 Gap Creek Road, Fletcher 28732 628-2774 



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ENKA: Mary Brookshire, 54 Grandview Road, Asheville 28806 667-1446 

ERWIN HILLS: Darlene Woody, 617 New Leicester Hwy., Asheville 28806 252-4094 

FAIRVIEW: Sandra Royal, P. O. Box 1339, Fairview 28730 628-2908 

FLAT CREEK: Debbie Mills, 43 Crabapple Lane, Asheville 28804 253-8226 

FOUNTAIN OF LIFE: Laura Frances Snow, 300 Kenilworth Road 285-9228 

Asheville 28803 

FREEDOM: Jackie Haney, 869 Jenkins Valley Road, Alexander 28701 683-41 1 6 

FRIENDSHIP: Kathleen Worley, 75 Hill Street, Candler 28715 667-5241 

GLADY: Barbara Whiteside, 1 59 Lower Glady Fork Road, Candler 2871 5 667-2375 

GRACE: Dianna Wyatt, 225 Oak Hill Road, Candler 28715 665-8475 

GRASSY BRANCH: Anna Taylor, 27 Alpine Way, Swannanoa 28778 686-2543 

GROVE STONE: Amanda Ogle, 322 Old Charlotte Hwy., Fairview 28730 299-9497 

LAUREL SPRINGS: Inez Owenby, 809 Ridge Road, Asheville 28806 254-2972 

LIBERTY: Geri Spangler, 875 Monte Vista Road, Candler 2871 5 667-81 00 

LONG SHOALS: Suzanne Duncan, P.O. Box 145, East Flat Rock 28726 693-6593 

MACEDONIA: Marian Whiteside, 51 Panorama Drive, Asheville 28806 253-0556 

MERRIMON AVENUE: Dru McClure, 503 Avery's Creek Road, Arden 28704 687-8079 
MORGAN HILL: Judy Ball, 21 Upper Roberts Branch Road, Weaverville 28787 645-3878 

MORNINGSIDE: Peggy Murphy, 493 New Haw Creek Road, Asheville 28805 298-1606 

MOUNT CARMEL: Nancy Owen, 1 1 5 Anders Drive, Asheville 28806 254-8393 

NEW MORGAN HILL: Linda Wilde, 134 Canaan Drive, Candler 28715 665-7606 
NEW SALEM: Becky Simmons, 18 Ferry Road, Asheville 28806 

NEWBRIDGE: Darlene Hunter, 23 White Cedar Drive, Weaverville 28787 645-8246 

NEWFOUND: Didi Cooperman, P.O. Box 1765, Leicester 28748 683-4060 

OAK GROVE: Ralph Parker, 5 Village Park Drive, Weaverville 28787 658-2185 

OAKLEY: Lucille Lawrence, 223 Bee Ridge Road, Asheville 28803 298-5377 

OTEEN: Scott Campbell, 21 5 Cardinal Drive, Maggie Valley 28751 926-241 8 

PINE BURR PARK: Amy Rice, 560 McKinnish Cove Road, Asheville 28806 254-9321 

PLEASANT HILL: Vicki Wilson, 38 Teague Drive, Leicester 28748 683-9845 

POLE CREEK: Cynthia Sellinger, 5 Carriage Lane, Candler 2871 5 665-1 205 

REED MEMORIAL: Donna Gasperson, P. O. Box 301 , Ridgecrest 28770 669-2265 

REYNOLDS: Marian Keever, 526 Fairview Road, Asheville 28803 274-7357 

RIDGECREST: Mary Alice Goodridge, P. O. Box 53, Ridgecrest 28770 669-0377 

RIDGEWAY: Susan Wines, 100 Crossroad Hill, Canton 28716 648-6273 

SKYLAND: Teresa Ownbey, P. O. Box 278 Skyland 28776 684-7214 

SOUTH ASHEVILLE: Cathy Pressley, 75 Old Lime Kiln Road, Arden 28704 684-7182 

SOUTH BUNCOMBE: Shirley Carter, 370 Mills Gap Road, Asheville 28803 684-4673 
STARNES COVE: Kathy W. Glass, P.O. Box 454, Candler 28715 

SUNRISE: Pat Roberts, 15 Lance Lane, Asheville 28806 254-9095 

SWANNANOA FBC: Pam Brown, 60 Charlotte Lane, Swannanoa 28778 686-5570 

TRINITY, FAIRVIEW: Matthew Buchanan, 45 Avondale Hgts. Asheville 28803 298-4856 

TURKEY CREEK: Brenda Gillespie, 551 Moores Valley Lane, Leicester 28748 683-9897 

VICTORY: Phyllis Davis, 110 Olivette Road, Asheville 28804 254-2766 

WEAVERVILLE FBC: Frances Coates, P. O. Box 547, Weaverville 28787 645-6720 

WESTWOOD: Elaine Sluder, 1 50 Westwood Place, Asheville 28806 255-8999 

WOODLAND HILLS: Julia Casell, 1 1 Bailey Road, Asheville 28806 236-2766 

ZION HILL: Kay McCracken, 85 Mt. Carmel Road, Asheville 28806 253-2281 



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Associational Missionary Report 

Craig Bailey 

January 2005-December 2005 

We begin 2006 with much sadness around Buncombe Baptist Association. The loss of 
Pastor John Thomas is still fresh in our memories. We continue to pray for the family and the 
Ecclesia church family. Likewise, we continue to pray for the Ricky Townsend family at 
Corinth in the tragic loss of his brother-in-law just before Christmas. 

The Billy Cline family at Celebration Church mourns the loss of son, David a week ago. We 
remember them in prayer, but rejoice in the fact that a young man and young lady both 
received Christ as Savior and Lord at the funeral service on Saturday at Merrimon Avenue 
Church. Also, this past week we learned of the tragic loss of Mitch Carver serving our 
country in Iraq. We extend our prayers and support for the Kyle Carver family in their loss. 
These tragedies have, once again, united our BBA family in prayer and encouragement 
during the most difficult of times. 

It's hard to even write about other items that pale in significance next to the important issues 
of life in the Family of God. We do, however, rejoice in the fact that 2005 finished on a 
positive note for our association as finances had a year-end spurt upward. Our Fall Meeting 
was well attended, and we continue to marvel at the missionary response of our churches to 
the needs of hurricane victims in the Gulf Region. 

Our partnership with the Gulf Coast Baptist Association in Mississippi has been a fruitful one. 
BBA churches are present practically every week assisting with feeding, recovery and 
rebuilding needs. Because of our excellent budget response in December, we were 
also able to send $1 000 of Partnership Missions funds directly to Gulf Coast Association for 
rebuilding needs. Much needs to be done, but we have demonstrated that our churches are 
willing to follow through and continue our growing relationship with these churches. We 
express our special thanks to Baptist Men of North Carolina, whose missionary efforts are 
being praised all over the region. 

Personally, I have visited 55 of our churches, along with return visits to several by request. 
Unfortunately, I've had return visits to many of our churches to fill pulpits after the loss of a 
pastor or to train a pastor search team. Please pray for our churches as they seek out new 
leadership for the coming important years. I look forward to visiting at least once in 65 or 
more churches by the time of my first year's anniversary in April and continuing needed 
follow-up with others. 

New church plants are in progress in our region. New Life is sponsoring a cutting-edge start 
to reach 18-30 year old unchurched single and married adults. CRUX is led by Pastor Bryan 
Robbins. Blue Ridge Community Church is being planted in East Asheville and led by Pastor 
Nick King. They are presently meeting in the Blue Ridge Conference Center. Pleasant Hill 
Hispanic is the second work started in our area by Pastor Samuel Rodriguez meeting at 
Pleasant Hill Church. Biltmore will launch Pinnacle Church (Heath Davis) in March in 
Haywood County near Canton. We are grateful for the good start at North Point, where Gray 
Little is the Pastor. Now under watch care membership in BBA, they are raising funds for 
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Our Education Team continues to plan for a fall launch of Seminary Extension in our 
association. We are currently seeking out possible teachers for courses. Requirements 
include at least a Master's degree in the field of study and agreement with the Baptist Faith 
and Message 2000. Seminary Extension is a cooperative work of the six SBC seminaries 
with extensions all over the globe. Undergraduate courses include work for ministers and lay 
persons leading to certificates, diplomas and bachelor degrees. 

I am grateful to Clark Henderson and our Evangelism Team as they lead us in key events this 
year. Associational Baptism Rallies will be held in August and September to celebrate the 
SBC-wide emphasis to win one million people to Christ. And, we continue to pray and plan 
toward a possible Franklin Graham Festival in our area in 2008 or 2009. We are asking for 
letters of support from churches, businesses and key individuals that can be presented to the 
Billy Graham Evangelistic Association in the coming months. Those can be turned in to our 
office or sent to Rev. Clark Henderson at Newbridge. 

Finally, we look forward to June in anticipation of the Southern Baptist Convention meeting in 
Greensboro. Support this meeting with your prayers, attendance and participation in 
Crossover. Mission participation in our sister city will yield fruit in Buncombe County when 
our members return home to organize similar projects here. Let's welcome our brothers and 
sisters from across the nation to North Carolina with open arms and a demonstration of how 
we all benefit from working together. 

Church and Community Ministries Report 

Norma Melton, Director 

January 2005-December 2005 

"...I tell you the truth, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers of mine, you did for me." 
(Matthew 25:40, NIV) Buncombe Baptists have continued to answer the command of Jesus and 
respond with the kind of concern that He modeled throughout the New Testament. Churches have 
come together to intentionally do missions and ministry, reaching out in Asheville and beyond. 

Easter and Memorial Day weekends gave opportunities for church teams to be servants at the 
1-26 Rest Areas. Hundreds of people received a cup of coffee along with Bibles, tracts, Jesus videos 
and other religious literature. Church teams again saw hundreds of people at the July Bele Chere 
Street Festival where cups of cold water were given in Jesus' name. 

Our Association hosted an English as a Second Language (ESL) workshop May 12-14. Several of 
our churches are involved in teaching English as a Second Language. This is becoming an 
increasingly needed ministry in our communities. 

Summertime gave opportunity for college student summer missionaries, Whitney Thompson and 
Ryan Capell, to work with Children's Choir Camp, Children's Mission Camp, Backyard Bible Clubs, 
Vacation Bible Schools and various other ministries. 

In an effort to assist churches to reach beyond the church walls a Prayerwalk Training Conference 
was held in August. Many churches reported a new awareness of needs in their communities as a 
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September brought a unique time for volunteer teams to be servants among the carnival workers at 
the WNC Mountain State Fair. A young couple that travels across the country participating with an 
activity at fairs shared their tithe of $1000 to the fair ministry. They said that sometimes they see 
people giving out Bibles to carnival workers which is good. However, they noted that the volunteer 
teams were not only giving out Bibles; but the teams were doing what the Bible says we should do as 
Christians loving our "neighbors". Praise the Lord for such a testimony! 

At the invitation of the North American Mission Board I have participated in three On Mission 
Celebrations this year (Alaska, Arkansas, Alabama) and was the North American missionary speaker 
at the Hawaii-Pacific Baptist State Convention in Honolulu, Hawaii. I am grateful for each time that I 
have to share about how God is working through Buncombe Baptists. 

The ultimate focus of ministry in Christ's name is individuals who have needs. Through the 
many volunteers in Buncombe Baptist churches needs were met during this past Christmas 
season. 

• Thank you for your commitment to help minister to 345 Angel Tree® children and their 
parents. As gifts were given to these children families were touched in Jesus' name 
and prisoners experienced the love of Christ through you. 

• Thank you for being a part of ministry to more that 500 hundred other children who 
were able to receive gifts for Christmas because Buncombe Baptists partnered with 
Asheville Buncombe Christian Community Ministries by allowing them to use the 
Gayle D. Brown Ministry Center during November and December. 

• Thank you for providing 332 "Red Boxes" containing hygiene items and Scripture. 
Boxes were distributed to residents at the Black Mountain Women's Correctional 
Facility, the Martha Home, the ABCCM Women and Children's Shelter, the Lewis 
Rathbun Center and a nursing home. Also, the wives of Fruitland Bible Institute 
students and many clients connected with Asheville Pregnancy Support Services and 
Families Together received boxes. 

• Thank you for providing a Christmas party at the Black Mountain Women's 
Correctional Facility. The love of Jesus was shared through a devotional and 
Christian clowns. 

• Thank you for singing at the Grove Park Inn. The Christmas message of Christ's love 
filled the lobby. Faces were aglow with smiles as people listened. Some even joined 
in. 

• Thank you for caring as each Buncombe Baptist church reached out in individual and 
unique ways to lovingly answer the Biblical call to minister. 

Christian Women's Job Corps® (CWJC) update information: The CWJC advisory board is in 
the process of evaluation regarding the direction of the ministry. Currently we are without a 
certified coordinator which is needed to continue the ministry. One possibility is to use the 
money in the Buncombe Baptist Association budget for CWJC to hire a coordinator on a part 
time basis. 

During 2006 churches will have opportunity for teams to participate in various ministries. You 
may begin now signing up teams for the Easter and Memorial Day Rest Area Ministry and 
Bele Chere. Also, we will again be involved at the Mountain State Fair. Through Youth on 



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Mission and Appalachian Regional Ministry various opportunities will be made available for 
churches to minister and be the recipients of ministry. 

Buncombe Baptists will be employing summer missionaries for 2006. These college students 
will be working in summer camps, Vacation Bible Schools, Backyard Bible Clubs, Bele Chere, 
and various outreach efforts to share the Gospel. If you know a college student interested in 
applying, please contact Norma Melton for an application. 

Thank you for praying, giving, and going in Jesus' name 

ORDER OF BUSINESSS COMMITTEE 
Mike Adcock, Chairman 

The Order of Business Committee would like to make the following recommendation: 

The 125 th meeting, Spring 2006, May 8, 2006, will be held at Grassy Branch Baptist Church. 
The speaker for the evening will be Mike Licona from the North American Mission Board. 

The 125 th meeting, Fall 2006, October 9, 2006, will be held at New Morgan Hill Baptist 
Church. The speaker for the evening will be Kevin Bennett, pastor of Mountain View Baptist 
Church in Black Mountain, North Carolina. 



ORDINATIONS TEAM 
Dean Huggins, Team Leader 
July 1 , 2004 - June 30, 2005 

The Ordinations Committee counts it a privilege to assist churches in examining and 
recommending candidates to the gospel ministry. At the request of the member church, the 
Buncombe Baptist Association Ordinations Committee will examine a candidate and 
recommend him back to the member church for ordination. The church is then responsible to 
ordain the candidate, usually in an ordination service. A pamphlet entitled "Suggested 
Guidelines Leading to Ordination" is available in the associational office for anyone needing 
assistance with or information concerning ordination. 

The following candidates were examined for ordination to the gospel ministry: 

Terry Hollifield, Pole Creek Baptist, March 14, 2005 

Aaron Burgner, Pole Creek Baptist, May 23, 2005 

Sam Bennett, Bent Creek Baptist, July 25, 2005 

Jesse Looney, Oak Grove Baptist, August 1 5, 2005 

Jim Holmes, Berea Baptist, October 1 , 2005 

Teddy Winter, Mount Carmel Baptist, December 12, 2005 



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MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE 

James Lamb, Chairman 

On Tuesday evening, October 14, 2004, at West Asheville Baptist Church, the membership 
committee recommended that Ecclesia Baptist be received with the association under watch 
care for one year. 

After one year, October 1 1 , 2005, we recommend that the Ecclesia Baptist be accepted into 
full membership of the Buncombe Baptist Association with all its rights and benefits, along 
with its responsibilities. 

The Membership Committee has received a request for membership into the association from 
the North Point Baptist Church, Weaverville, North Carolina. North Point is a new church 
start by the West Asheville Baptist Church and has been meeting since 2004. They have 
recently been chartered as a church and are ready to move on with their mission. 

The Membership Committee, made up of James Lamb, Nina Fisher, Ronnie Owen and 
Roger Rearden, along with Director of Missions Craig Bailey, met with Dr. Gray Little (Pastor) 
and recommend that the Buncombe Baptist Association receive North Point Baptist Church 
into membership under watch care for one year with all its rights and benefits provided in the 
constitution and bylaws. 

IN MEMORIAM 

Since our Fall meeting, October 2004, a total of 223 persons "have fought the good fight, 
have finished the course, and have kept the faith. " There were seven deacons and two 
ordained ministers. 

The Order of Business Committee makes a motion that the 2005 Buncombe Baptist 
Association Minutes be dedicated to the following ordained ministers: 

Reverend Lewis Gibson, Black Mountain First Baptist Church 
Reverend Hatcher Elliott, Swannanoa First Baptist Church 

UNC ASHEVILLE BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 

David Stone, Campus Minister 

Here in Asheville, college students have a ministry designed just to meet their needs. 
The Baptist Student Union (BSU) has been serving at the UNCA campus for the past 16 
years. By offering weekly Bible studies, worship, lunches provided by Buncombe Baptist 
Churches, and Christian fellowship the BSU seeks to pastor the Christian and reach the lost 
college students of Asheville. 

This past year has been one of growth and renewal. We have endeavored to increase 
our ministry impact on campus and in the community. The number of students impacted by 
our efforts has steadily increased over the past year. Out reach to local ministries has 
flourished. As we continue to minister to students, it is our desire to prepare them to give 



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back to the local church by offering youth retreat weekends, drama, music, or message to 
your church. 

We have also endeavored to revitalize our facility. Students use the BSU house, 
which is opened from 8:00 a.m. to 1 1:00 p.m. weekly, as a place to hang out, have Bible 
studies, study for class, do laundry, prepare a fellowship meal, watch movies, pray, and play. 
Through generous donations from NC businesses, local churches, and individuals we are 
nearly done with remodeling the facility to make it more student friendly. Wireless internet 
allows the students to be able to study and do research from anywhere in the house. Yet, 
even with all of this progress, there are ways that you or your church can help us further. 

What we still need: 

Electrical work — replacing the old light fixtures and sockets 

Landscaping — shrubbery, mulch 

Plumbing — bathroom renovation, adding showerheads 

Carpentry — fixing the porch, finishing the trim work 

Driveway — we need our gravel/dirt driveway paved and our parking area increased. 

Funding — would your church consider us in their annual budget 

Prayer — always needed as we endeavor to reach out to the campuses of Asheville 

If you can help with any of these items, please feel free to contact David Stone. 

Board of Directors: Craig Bailey, Buncombe Baptist Association; Larry Basinger, 
Merrimon Avenue Baptist Church; Vollie Barnwell, North Point Baptist Church; Buddy Corbin, 
Calvary Baptist; Aundria Gaddy, UNCA BSU President; Jim McCoy, Weaverville First Baptist: 
Stephen Summers; Jason Woodby, UNCA Graduate; Joe Yelton, Hominy Baptist. 



CHRISTIAN LIFE AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS 
Gail Harding, Consultant 

During the past year 10 monthly INFO PAGES have been emailed to Buncombe Baptist 
churches. A special INFO PAGE is now being prepared dealing with the pornography issue. 

In addition to the social/moral issue resources (books and videos) available at the Resource 
Center, CDs on abstinence, Christian citizenship, education, entertainment & pop 
culture, gambling, hunger, kids & money, parenting, race relations, sanctity of life, 
substance abuse, and the ten commandments have been added. These CDs contain 
sermon notes, fact sheets, articles, resources, and audio. Please take advantage of these 
resources, most of which have come from The Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the 
Southern Baptist Convention. 

At the state level, a 23-year battle has been lost as Governor Mike Easley, on August 31, 
signed House Bill 1023 - North Carolina State Lottery Act. With two "no' vote absentees (one 
in bed on doctor's orders, one on his honeymoon), Lt. Gov. Beverly Perdue, who can only 
vote to break a tie, cast the deciding vote (25-24). The House had passed the bill in April 
(61-59). The Buncombe County representation voted as follows: 
Senators - NO: Tom Apodaca, R-District 48; Martin L. Nesbitt, Jr., D-District 49 



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Representatives - YES: Susan C. Fisher, D-District 1 14; Bruce Goforth, D-District 115; 
Wilma M. Sherrill, R-District 116 

The state legislature will reconvene in May for the 2006 session. 

On the national level, concern exists over Supreme Court decisions that affect us presently 
and will for years to come. The confirmation of a new Chief Justice, John Roberts, and 
nomination of Harriet Miers to the Sandra Day O'Conner seat leave the nation wondering 
what direction this Court will take in the current session as it faces some of the most critical 
issues of the day - including cases dealing directly with abortion and life issues (partial birth 
abortion, parental consent, right to die), as well as religious liberty and free exercise issues. 

To effectively be salt and light we must be informed, involved, and in prayer. 

Gail M. Harding 

Christian Life & Public Affairs Consultant 

667-4899, gailharding@brinet.com 



ANNUITY BOARD 

OFFICE OF GUIDESTONE FINANCIAL RESOURCES FOR THE BAPTIST STATE 

CONVENTION OF NC 
Johnny E. Ross, GuideStone State Representative 

The name change from the Annuity Board of the Southern Baptist Convention to 
GuideStone Financial Resources, SBC, became official with action at the annual convention 
in Nashville, TN, in June of this year. With the name change comes a renewed effort from 
the national agency and the individual state conventions to service more effectively the needs 
of church employees relating to retirement, insurance, planning financial support, church and 
clergy tax issues, etc. 

In an ongoing effort to provide a variety of insurance products priced competitively to 
meet the diverse needs of our constituency, GuideStone continues to negotiate with 
insurance providers for the best price. Moving to Blue Cross/Blue Shield Highmark as the 
primary provider and to the Blue Cross/Blue Shield Highmark as the primary provider and to 
the Blue Cross/Blue Shield national network has saved millions of dollars this year for our 
churches and church employees. Unfortunately, pastors and employees of our smaller 
churches (less than 10 employees) are at the greatest disadvantage because of the 
requirement to prove evidence of good health in order to qualify for coverage. We continue 
to encourage new students in our divinity schools, Bible institute, and seminary to take 
advantage of the 31 day open enrollment period commiserate with their first time enrollment 
in one of these schools. 

The need for retirement planning among our church employees continues to be a 
challenge, which must be met through meaningful educational experiences. The most 
difficult task is getting the appropriate information to key decisionmakers in our churches — 
church treasurers, budget/finance committee members, personnel committees, deacon 
chairs, etc., who determine what retirement benefits, if any, the church will provide for their 



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pastors and other church employees. Many of these key leaders are unaware of the 
protection benefits-disability and survivor — in the Church Annuity Plan, which are provided 
at no cost to North Carolina retirement participants who meet the eligibility requirements. 
During calendar year 2004, 964 disability checks totaling $459, 166.09 and 15 survivor 
checks totaling $328,655.38 were sent to North Carolina church employees and their 
families. 

Without question, the most disturbing part of my work is the large numbers of pastors 
who come to retirement with Social Security as their only source of income. This is especially 
sad for those who have served our churches for many years and have little or no retirement 
monies to rely on in their latter years. Presently, GuideStone is providing financial assistance 
on a monthly basis to 244 retired pastors and church employees here in North Carolina 
through the Adopt An Annuitant and Relief Ministries. 

Finally, it is our desire to increase the level of retirement participation from 5,165 
participants in 2,354 churches, which represents 61% of our NC churches as of June 30, 
2005, and to serve all of our churches and their employees with the appropriate products to 
meet their needs. For more information, call the Baptist State Convention of NC at 8-800- 
395-5102 extensions 320 or 321, visit our website at www.northcarolinabaptists.org , call 
GuideStone at 8-800-262-051 1 , or visit the GuideStone website at www.GuideStone.org . 

BAPTIST CHILDREN'S HOMES OF NORTH CAROLINA 
July 2004-July 2005 

Celebrating our past . .charting our future!. . . Baptist Children's Homes has set its sights 
courageously toward the future as it observes 120-historic-years of service. Since 1885 
when 9-year-old Mary Presson was admitted as a child in care, Baptist Children's Homes has 
been a beacon and a haven to children. Baptist Children's Homes has touched thousands 
upon thousands of lives throughout three centuries, never afraid to meet the ever-changing 
needs of children and families, yet never wavering from its fundamental mission. 

In the dawn of a new millennium, Baptist Children's Homes stands poised. BCH 
proudly charts an exciting pathway to the future through its new strategic plan: 
Guiding Star. . . illuminating the Lives of Children and Families. 

Lives are miraculously changed. Tears of boys and girls evaporate and hopeful smiles 
bloom. Through the remarkable efforts of North Carolina Baptists and the love and 
leadership of God, Baptist Children's Homes continues its mission of helping hurting children. 
. . healing broken families — offering the promise of a better tomorrow to those we serve now 
and in the years to come. 

GuidingStar Defines Bold Path. . . After a year-long effort led by BCH President Michael C. 
Blackwell, Baptist Children's Homes launched GuidingStar. . .Illuminating the Lives of 
Children and Families. The new strategic plan was approved by the Trustees in their 
September 2004 meeting and was officially introduced in February of this year. Comprised of 
defined core values and determined focus, GuidingStar was created with essential input from 
all BCH staff. Blackwell's vision was to create a strategy that could be utilized for years to 
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Family Gathering II Celebrates 120 years. . ."Family Gathering II" brought together all staff 
members and children from Baptist Children's Homes facilities statewide to celebrate the 
agency's 120 th anniversary. The historic day was held on June 14, 2005, at Mills Home in 
Thomasville and was only the second time the entire "BCH family" has gathered at the same 
time and place. Everyone participated in a day of games, singing and a worship program in 
the campus church. 

North Carolina Baptists "Roundup" Food for BCH. . . The "Food Roundup" was held in 
April 2005 for the second time in three years. North Carolina Baptists poured out their 
support by collecting, sorting and delivering essential food and supplies for all BCH's 
geographic area. Associations reported church participating was high as Directors of 
Missions allowed their offices to become key collection points for donations. Volunteers 
donated their time to help sort and count and food. 

Many Voices, One Story. . .This year's Thanksgiving Offering theme, "There for Me" 
represents the pivotal role individuals play in the lives of hurting children. Baptist Children's 
Homes represents the outstretched hands of God, supported by North Carolina Baptists 
through their prayer and financial support. BCH staff lends their lives and their hearts daily to 
care for the physical, spiritual and emotional needs of boys and girls. Just as Jesus 
proclaims in the scriptures, "I will never leave you nor forsake," dedicated friends have made 
the same promise to the children who walk through BCH's doors. It is only through North 
Carolina Baptists' support and commitment that BCH can continue to make a difference. 
This year's statewide Thanksgiving Offering goal is $1 ,350,000. This represents a $50,-000 
increase from last year. Challenge your church to participate in the 2005 Thanksgiving 
Offering. 

Breaking New Ground. . .Baptist Children's Homes continues to make a difference around 
the state. On September 26, 2004, BCH broke ground for two new Developmental 
Disabilities Ministry group homes in Zionville. "Joy Cove Ministries," the homes for adults with 
developmental disabilities, are currently under construction on the original Camp Joy property 
near Boone. . Three BCH direct care staff became the first child care workers in the state to 
be professionally certified through the "Children and Family Services Association, North 
Carolina. Two other staff members received certification to train additional child care workers 
for professional certification. . .Groundbreaking for the Alverta Bolick DDM Group home in 
Asheville took place on November 30, 2004. The home is under construction. . .A "Laying the 
Foundation" ceremony on February 9, 2005 celebrated the building of the Harmony Homes 
DDM residence in Dunn. The home was built in cooperation with Housing and Urban 
Development and Harnett County's Association for Retarded Citizens. . The building of 
Kennedy Home's new education center was commemorated with a groundbreaking 
ceremony on July 3, 2005. In partnership with Lenoir County Schools, the facility will house 
the specialized education program serving Kennedy Home residents and other students from 
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BAPTIST RETIREMENT HOMES 
OF NORTH CAROLINA INCORPORATED 

WHAT IS BAPTIST RETIREMENT HOMES? 

Founded in 1951, Baptist Retirement Homes of North Carolina, Incorporated (BRH), is one of 
North Carolina's most respected providers of long-term care. With five retirement 
communities across the state, BRH provides all levels of care for Older Adults, including 
special programming and care for Older Adults with dementia related disorders like 
Alzheimer's Disease. Baptist Retirement Homes is a not-for-profit organization affiliated with 
the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. 

ARE RESIDENTS OF BAPTIST RETIREMENT HOMES PRIMARILY BAPTIST? 

At the Brookridge Retirement Community, 50% of the resident population is Baptist. About 
80% of the resident population of the Western North Carolina Baptist Home is Baptist. 
Approximately 50% of the residents at The Gardens of Taylor Glen Retirement Community 
are Baptist. The Taylor House and Hamilton Baptist Home are primarily composed of Baptist 
Residential populations. 

WHAT IS THE COST OF SERVICES? ARE FINANCIAL RESOURCES AVAILABLE FOR 

THOSE WHO CANNOT PAY? 

Fees vary according to communities and the level of care chosen or required by residents. A 
full schedule of fees for each community is available upon request. There are no entrance 
fees associated with any of the health-related facilities at the Brookridge and Western North 
Carolina Communities and the Hamilton Baptist Home and Taylor House. The Hamilton 
Baptist Home and the Taylor House are among the for non-for-profit, church-related long- 
term care communities in North Carolina with no financial requirements for admission. 
Contributions received from the Baptist State Convention Cooperative Program, the North 
Carolina Offering for Older Adults, and from local Baptist churches across the state are used 
exclusively to help BRH provide care for those Older Adults in either assisted living or nursing 
care at the Brookridge and Western North Carolina communities and the Hamilton Baptist 
Home and the Taylor House. 

DOES THE BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION OF NORTH CAROLINA SUPPORT BAPTIST 

RETIREMENT HOMES? 

Baptist Retirement Homes is affiliated with the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina but 
is a separate and distinct corporate entity. Messengers of the churches that compose the 
Baptist State Convention elect Baptist Retirement Homes Board members. In 2004, funds 
received from the Convention Cooperative Program, the North Carolina Offering for Older 
Adults, and local Baptist churches totaled approximately $1.5 million. All of those monies 
were used to support Older Adults living in assisted living or nursing care who lack sufficient 
financial resources to pay for the care they both need and deserve. 

WHERE ARE BAPTIST RETIREMENT HOMES' COMMUNITIES LOCATED AND WHAT 

SERVICES DO THEY OFFER? 

The Brookridge Retirement Community in Winston Salem is a 46-acre continuing care 
retirement community, established in 1989. Brookridge offers its 300 residents independent 
and assisted living, a memory-enhanced residence for older adults with dementia and nursing 



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care services. Accommodations range from garden homes to four floor plans of apartments 
for independent living. Assisted living and the memory-enhanced residence offer private 
rooms. The Prince Nursing Care Center offers private and semi-private rooms. Brookridge is 
a full-service retirement community offering meal service, recreational activities, 
housekeeping, religious activities, special programming for Older Adults with dementia, a 
water therapy/exercise center, a bank, a library and more. For more information, contact: 

Brookridge Retirement Community 
1 199 Hayes Forest Drive * Winston Salem, NC 27106 * 336-759-1044 (FAX) 336-759- 

7389 * Web site: www.brh.org 

The Western North Carolina Baptist Home is located on a 22-acre tract atop Richmond Hill 
in northwest Asheville. The Home offers residents assisted living and nursing care. 
Established in 1979, the Home was recently renovated and expanded to accommodate 150 
residents. The Western North Carolina Baptist Home is a full service retirement community 
that includes a memory-enhanced residence for Older Adults with dementia. It offers meal 
service, nursing services, recreational activities, housekeeping, laundry, religious activities, 
and more. For more information, contact: 

Western North Carolina Baptist Home 
213 Richmond Hill Drive* Asheville NC 28806*828-254-9675 (FAX) (828) 254-0253 

Web site: www.brh.om 

The Hamilton Baptist Home is a 30-bed assisted living community located on 18 acres in 
Hamilton in eastern North Carolina. Recently renovated to enhance the comfort of the 
residents, the Home has been in operation since 1963. Services include private rooms, all 
daily meals, recreational activities, housekeeping, laundry services, medication assistance, 
religious activities and more. For more information, contact: 

The Taylor Home 
319 Palmer Street * Albemarle, NC 28001 * 704-982-4217 (FAX) 704-982-5366 * Web site: 

www.brh.org 

The Gardens of Taylor Glen in Concord is a 100-acre continuing care retirement community 
established in 2002. The community offers independent living, assisted living, a memory- 
enhanced residence for Older Adults with dementia, and nursing care services. Five floor 
plans are offered for independent lining as well as private accommodations for assisted living 
the memory-enhanced r esidence, and nursing care. The Gardens of Taylor Glen is a full 
service retirement community offering three dining areas, a water therapy/exercise center, 
housekeeping, recreational activities, religious activities, a band, a library, convenience store, 
and more. For more information, contact: 

The Gardens of Taylor Glen 
3700 Taylor Glen Lane * Concord, NC 28027 * 704-788-6510 (FAX) 704-788-6508 * Web 

site: www.brh.org 

MORE QUESTIONS: 
CALL THE BAPTIST ELDER CARE NETWORK 1-800-887-7410 

The Elder Care Network is a free service offered by Baptist Retirement Homes of North 
Carolina, Incorporated to Older Adults and their families. One number connects you to a 



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statewide system of caregivers, community resources, and retirement communities to help 
you deal with the many difficult issues of aging. 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION OF NORTH CAROLINA 

John Butler, President, Board of Directors 
George Bullard, Acting Executive Director-Treasurer 

NC BAPTIST FAITH SOARING DURING LEADERSHIP TRANSITION 

Change can drag behind us like an anchor or lift us like a balloon. Executive Director- 
Treasurer Jim Royston's move to the pastorate of First Baptist Church, Mooresville in 
September 2005 will be a change catalyst in the life of the Baptist State Convention of North 
Carolina. George Bullard, named acting executive director-treasurer by the Executive 
Committee in July, assures North Carolina Baptists that "your staff will soar during this interim 
period, both in current work and plans for the future." 

Royston held the office for nearly eight years, and will be recognized for his service 
during ceremonies at the Baptist State Convention annual meeting, November 15. 

"We will continue to resource North Carolina Baptist congregations, to plant churches, 
train workers, nurture partnerships and to answer questions," said Bullard Royston's 
associate for two years. "I have every confidence in our future, and in our ability to move 
forward with purpose and direction during the interim ." 

Peninsula Baptist Church Pastor Robert Jackson will lead a 14-member search 
committee. 

While the change revolving around Convention leadership garnered the most attention 
in 1005, the deep, steady work of your Baptist State Convention continued to flow. 

Operating under the mandate to resource congregations, Convention staff interacted 
with thousands of people from hundreds of churches and dozens of associational partners. 
From core efforts to plant churches, partner with state conventions in more unchurched 
populations, provide Christian education and benevolent care and other dozens of training 
opportunities in every area of church ministry, Convention staff also have been creative in 
nurturing new avenues of ministry. 

Thousands of young people every summer are confronted with the choice of life- 
changing commitments in the inspirational setting of camps and conference centers. The 
North Carolina Baptist Assembly at Fort Caswell, Caraway Conference Center, Camp 
Caraway, Mundo Vista and Truett Camp — each in its unique way — host hundreds of 
groups who flock to these places to listen, leam, participate and be inspired by program 
professionals and personalities. 

Hollifield Leadership Center and Lake Hickory Learning Communities host some 
of the best and brightest 21 st century Christian ministry thought leaders for a series of 
learning experiences to build capacity among various learning communities. These 
communities have formed around the areas of Christian Leadership, Coaching, 
Sustaining Pastoral Excellence, Spiritual Strategic Journeys, and Congregational 
Transformation Experiences. 

Because many churches cannot sponsor a new church start by the themselves, 
partnerships are vital for progress. The Associational Partnerships Team believes 
associations have a great opportunity to make significant and positive impact on local Baptist 
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Within one hour of blasting an email promotion of Eddie Hammett's new book Spiritual 
Leadership in a Secular Age, nine orders for it were placed through the bookstore on the 
www.northcarolinabaptists.org website. 

Finding new ways to communicate effectively with a diverse, geographically distant 
constituency is a constant challenge for the Public Relations and Resource Development 
group at the Baptist State Convention. From the new website, to lobby furniture in the 
Convention Staff Building in Cary, to audio and video magazines, media relations and the 
content of every promotional piece for every seminar and training event by convention staff, 
public relations tries to communicate a consistent message. 

Cooperative Program Missions Giving and the North Carolina Missions Offering 
undergird all mission and ministry activities of Baptist State Convention staff. Mike Cresweil, 
senior consultant for CPMG promotion, has created the 1-3-6 Challenge to North Carolina 
Baptist churches — challenging them to increase their percentage giving by one percentage 
point within the next three years. 

North Carolina is swelling with people and many new Baptist churches are needed to 
provide a place where people can discover genuine love and faith. The Church Planting 
Team works with new church planters, trained mentors, sponsoring churches and Baptist 
Associations to help train church planting pastors and plant new churches where they are 
needed. 

Members of the Mission Growth Evangelism Team minister to college students as 
they begin a new chapter in their life on a college or university campus. The Church Growth 
Team operates approximately 40 different ministries in helping NC Baptist churches reach 
out to the lost in their communities and in resort areas, including reaching cowboys, 
motorcycle riders. Lay Renewal is seeing renewal as testimonies of lay-led events 
revitalizing churches warm our hearts 

Fruitland Baptist Bible Institute now offers classes in Spanish, and an academic 
partnership has been established with the college at Southeastern Seminary. 

A basic "Prayer, Care & Share" evangelism strategy plan for churches and 
associations is available via the Evangelism office. 

A prayer affinity initiative with Wyoming Baptists provides strategic prayer journeys 
in Wyoming, prayer walking and traveling across the state. 

Too many pastors are retiring with no source of support, often because pastors and 
church lay leaders are unaware of the protection benefits— disability and survivor — in the 
Church Annuity Plan, which are provided at no cost to North Carolina retirement 
participants. 

Congregational services teams help congregations discover and move into their 
futures. Only churches that see themselves into a vital, growing, active future will move 
toward it. 

One of the partnership methods is Christian coaching. Coaching assumes that a 
unique "solution seed" lies within every challenge. Coaches are being trained and coaching 
is coming into its own as a way for trained and caring individuals to come alongside a 
congregation and its leadership to help them discover and live into their own futures. 

Besides growing ministries among military families with a deployed member, in 1005 
the Baptist State Convention began a chaplaincy ministry directly related to teams providing 
disaster relief. 

The Church building consultants did dozens of on site, personal consultations. 

Pursuing Vital Ministry is a congregational journey of discovery that involves the 
passionate core of your church to develop a future story to which your congregation will live 



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into. Pastors learn to trust, as one did, that "people had keen insight and God was speaking 
to their hearts about the future story of (our) church. It involved a journey that would help us 
reach the point of discovering God's vision for the church and help us to live into that 
journey." 

Preschool and Children's Ministry Certification trains workers and staff to meet the 
challenges of this culture. It also teaches ways to minister to children and families outside the 
church family, even forging relationships with local schools. 

After North Carolina legislators passed a lottery bill in September, Council on 
Christian Life and Public Affairs, Director Steve Sumerel says the battle now is to mitigate 
the social ills that a lottery will bring. 

Hurricane Katrina sharply focused one of North Carolina Baptist Men's significant 
areas of work. Disaster relief is just one of 14 ministries of Baptist Men. 

Woman's Missionary Union of North Carolina sponsored CrossWalk North 
Carolina, in which associational groups literally carried a large cross the length of the state, 
with a grand finale held May 13-15, 2005, at Caswell. Over 7,150 youth in more than 61 
associations were involved. 

WMU also was at the heart of a national Triad Missions FEST/Family FEST in July in 
the Central Triad, Piedmont and Pilot Mountain associations. It was the largest event of its 
type involving over 700 volunteers from 15 states in missions. 

The ministries of Baptist Men and Woman's Missionary Union are funded by gifts to 
the North Carolina Missions Offering. 

North Carolina Baptist social services agencies, the Children's Homes, Retirement 
Homes and Hospital continued their service to "the least of these" who need a caring touch 
during a moment, or a decade of trauma. 

Other teams from Bible Drill, to personal evangelism, to multicultural and 
language ministries, to business services and week day education, music and all state 
youth choir and Sunday School and others also employed active, effective ministries in 
2005. These called, trained Christian professionals are your team helping to mobilize 
Baptists for ministry. 

The mission and ministries your Baptist State Convention provides, in partnership with 
churches, associations and national bodies, are made possible by gifts through Cooperative 
Program Missions Giving and the North Carolina Missions Offering. Each association 
receives 10 percent of NCMO gifts given by churches in that association. 

Your Baptist State Convention staff is eager and ready to resource your congregation. 
Contact them at 1-800-395-5102 or through the web at www.northcarolinabaptists.org . You 
can write to 205 Convention Drive, Cary, NC 2751 1 . 

NORTH CAROLINA BAPTIST FOUNDATION, INC. 

Harold G. Kroger, Chair, Board of Directors 
M. Clay Warf, Executive Director 

The mission of the North Carolina Baptist Foundation since its inception in 1 920 has 
been to assist the Convention and its institutions and agencies in increasing an awareness 
among North Carolina Baptists of Christian estate stewardship principles as a means of 
financially undergirding churches, institutions and mission endeavors on a permanent basis. 
The uniqueness of the ministries and services provided by the institutions and General Board 
staff merits increased financial support. The Foundation accomplishes these objectives by 



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offering assistance in estate planning counsel, will preparation, planned giving, charitable 
remainder trusts, endowment funds and church fund management. 

During 2004, the Foundation assisted individuals in establishing 42 endowment 
funds and 17 charitable remainder trusts totaling $2.9 million and received $4.9 million in 
contributions to existing endowments all of which will ultimately benefit countless Baptist 
causes on a permanent basis. Programs were provided for churches and associations during 
the year to promote "Make a Will Month," Christian estate stewardship, and church fund 
management. Over $1 .3 million from churches and institutions came under management to 
enhance numerous ministries including scholarships, building funds, cemetery funds, 
benevolence funds, general operating funds and other various mission causes. Overall, the 
Foundation received $9.1 million contributions during 2004 for Christian causes. 

The Foundation employs professional money managers to invest these funds 
according to an investment policy adopted by its Board. Four investment pools are offered: a 
growth fund, a balanced fund, an income fund and a fixed income fund. The Foundation 
uses the services of Salomon Smith Barney to help select top money managers and evaluate 
performance. As of December 31, 2004, the Foundation held $125.8 million under 
management. 

During 2004, our contributions totaled $5.5 million, with charity receiving $3.5 
million and individuals, through trusts, receiving $2 million. During the 84-year history of The 
North Carolina Baptist Foundation, Inc., $27 million had been distributed to individuals and 
$47.6 million to Baptist churches, institutions and mission causes for a grand historical total of 
$74.6 million. 

2004 Distributions 



Foundation 


1.4% 


Annuity Board 


1 .6% 


Hospitals 


1.3% 


Home & Foreign Missions 


2.8% 


Student Loans 


0.9% 


Associations 


3.0% 


Biblical Recorder 


0.2% 


Children's Homes 


3.6% 


Individuals 


36.5% 


Christian Education 


3.9% 


Churches 


28.5% 


Retirement Homes 


4.3% 


Baptist State Conv. 


10.5% 


Other 


1.5% 



NORTH CAROLINA BAPTIST HOSPITAL 

Len B. Preslar, Jr., President 

FOUNDED TO SERVE 

In 1921, North Carolina Baptists were led by God to establish Baptist Hospital. The 
founding commission wrote, "We desire to build a hospital to bring the healing art more 
definitely under the dominion of the Great Healer." In 2005, NCBH President Len Preslar 
affirms, "We were founded to serve and to provide care for people in times of great need. 
Our mission, "to provide and advance excellent healthcare, embracing the healing presence 
of God, "reflects our Christian heritage and sincere commitment to each person we are 
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N.C. BAPTISTS AND THE SCHOOL OF PASTORAL CARE: PARTNERS IN MISSION 

By their prayers and Cooperative Program Missions Giving, N.C. Baptists are vital 
partners in our ministries at the School of Pastoral Care. Together we are serving thousands 
of hurting people and fulfilling our mission — "to provide ministries of growth, hope, and 
healing in the Spirit of Christ. " 

Baptist Hospital CareNet Counseling Centers 

• An extension of local church ministry through a statewide network of 22 Faith-based 
counseling centers. 

• 24,500 hours per year of skillful and compassionate counseling that leads to emotional 
healing and spiritual growth. 

• Nearly 50% of those served are N.C. Baptists, with pastors being a major referral 
resource. 

Center for Congregational Health 

• Professional consultation for nearly 25 churches per month to energize congregations 
and meet the challenges of the 21 st century. 

• Expert leadership development for over 400 ministers and church leaders per year. 

• Training provided to over 1 ,700 clergy to guide churches in the interim period and 
effectively prepare for their future. 

Testimonies of Our Mission Partnership 

"We've seen marriages restored and life hurts healed through CareNet."— N.C. Baptist Pastor 

"The Center for Congregational Health helped our church regain God's vision for our 

future."— N.C. Baptist Pastor 

"CPE at Baptist Hospital was the best training I have ever had in my life."— N.C. Baptist 

Pastor 

"I could never say thank you enough to God and those who helped me through the Mother's 

Day Offering. God knew I needed help, and He lifted the burden through N. C. 

Baptists. —Recent recipient 

Chaplaincy and Pastoral Education (CPE) 

• Compassionate spiritual care for patients and families through 50,000 annual ministry 
contacts. 

• Life-changing education for 55 clergy per year, enhancing their gifts for ministry and 
care for their churches. 

• Specialized educational programs for pastors and church leaders (hospital visitation 
skills, crisis ministry, loss and grief) 

Church and Community Relations 

• The Mother's Day Offering received $61 7,341 in 2004, thanks to the generous love of 
N.C. Baptists! 

• Every dollar of every gift lifts the burden of hospital bills for patients in financial need. 

• Patients are drawn closer to Christ in gratitude for the compassion of N.C. Baptists. 



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ADDITIONAL HIGHLIGHTS AT NORTH CAROLINA BAPTIST HOSPITAL 

Minister's subsidy 

A subsidy of up to 25% on Baptist Hospital bills is provided to ministers (and their 
dependents) serving N.C. Baptist churches, Associational Missionaries in N.C., Baptist 
missionaries, and retired Baptist ministers living in N.C. Those needing assistance with 
medical appointments at NCBH are welcome to call Church and Community Relations (336- 
716-3027). This subsidy is made possible by the Hospital's W.K. McGee Patient Service 
Fund, with support from the Mother's Day Offering as needed. Nearly $80,000 was provided 
to ministers in FY 2005. 

We are very thankful for the support of North Carolina Baptists in fulfilling our mission. 
The minister's subsidy is one way, among many, that we are able to give back. 

Ministers Care Plan 

A partnership between Baptist Hospital's CareNet Counseling Centers and the BSC of 
NC makes low cost, professional counseling available to full-time ministers and their families 
serving N.C. Baptist churches. The BSC provides $45 per session (20 sessions per year), 
the minister pays $20 per session, and CareNet subsidizes the remaining cost. When 
ministers go to approved counseling centers outside the CareNet system, they may pay 
slightly more. 

Educational Seminars 

We provide several seminars to Pastors Conferences at no cost. Programs include: 

• The Faith Factor in Health and Healing 

• Speaking to Unspeakable Pain: The Minister as Crisis Counselor 

• Pastoral Care in a Prozac World: Ministering to Those Burdened by Stress, Anxiety, 
and Depression. 

National Rankings Place Baptist Hospital Among Nation's Best 

• We continue to be ranked among America's top 50 hospitals by U.S. News and World 
Report. 

• We are one of America's top 15 major teaching hospitals according to the Solucient 
Top 100 Hospitals, one of the nation's most comprehensive ratings of hospitals. 

• We have the highest level of accreditation from the Joint Commission on Accreditation 
of Health Care Organizations (JACHO). 

• Our patient satisfaction scores are among the nation's highest — in the top 1 % 
compared to our peers. 

• We are one of the nation's leading Heart Centers, and recognized as one of the "Top 
44 Cardiac Hospitals for Women" by Good Housekeeping. 

• We are ranked as one of the top 40 children's hospitals in the nation by Child 
Magazine. 

Information and Appointments 

To make an appointment for yourself or a family member with a physician, or to 
receive information on health related issues, please contact HEALTH-ON-CALL at 800-446- 
2255 or 336-716-2255. 



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CLOSING WORDS FROM THE PRESIDENT 

The crosses adorning the exterior of Baptist Hospital reflect our heritage and hope, our 
tradition and vision. Our commitment is to serve each patient with the best that medicine and 
technology can offer, wrapped in human kindness and spiritual care. Our core values guide 
the way — excellence, compassion, innovation, integrity, and collegiality. We are grateful to 
be partners with North Carolina Baptists in this mission that God has entrusted to us. 

BUNCOMBE BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

CALLED LEADERSHIP COUNCIL MEEETING 

Monday, November 22, 2004 

MINUTES 

The evening began with supper at 6.00 p.m. At 6:45 p.m. Wayne Higgins, Moderator, called 
the meeting to order. Members present were: Wayne Higgins, Nancy Owen, Perry Brindley, 
Kyle Carver, Gayle Brown, Norma Melton, Stan Willet, James Lamb, Gene King, Steve Harris 
(Trinity of Fairview), Shirley Lawson, Kim Black, Ann Lytle and Kevin Bennett. 

Wayne Higgins led in prayer after several prayer requests were named. 

Minutes from the August 2, 2004 meeting were distributed. There were no additions or 
corrections. The minutes were accepted as information. 

Kyle Carver, Chairman of the Finance Committee, reviewed the financial reports. Receipts 
for the year were pretty well on target. The budget requirements per month for the 2005 year 
will be approximately $30,000. In looking back over some old finance records, receipts were 
pretty close to that amount. 

There were no questions or comments on the report. It was accepted. 

The finance committee will begin meeting in January 2005 to begin work on the 2006 budget. 

Highlights of the association at work since our last meeting. 

Norma Melton, Director of Church and Community Ministries 

• Mountain State Fair Ministry — 1 20 professions of faith reported 

• Angel Tree, ministry of Prison Fellowship, sponsored over 360 children. 
Approximately 31 children still need to be placed. 

• Red Box Ministry— Red Boxes were taken to the Black Mountain Women's 
Correctional Facility 

• Fruitland Wives, CWJC participants, ABCCM Women's shelter, Martha Home and 
Asheville Pregnancy Support Services 

• Gayle D. Brown Ministry Center is being used by ABCCM to distribute toys to needy 
children through their Holiday Angel ministry. 



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• Vanderbilt Apartments — Home Life and Mature Living magazines and Bibles were 
given. Some hunger funds are available through Baptist State Convention and North 
American Mission Board. Some residents made teddy bears and salvation bracelets 

• CWJC — Several mentors and participants have been paired. Harriet Williams and 
Sandra Haynes serve as co-coordinators 

• Norma participated in an On Mission Conference in Anchorage, Alaska 

Susie Black, Administrative Assistant and Partnership Missions Coordinator/ 

> Goal of the association is to do at least 4 different projects in 2005 — our Jerusalem, 
our Judea, our Samaria and uttermost parts of the world 

> Going back to Nenana, Alaska for Bible School and construction 

> BackYard Bible Clubs in Asheville 

> January — training session for partnership missions for persons interested in 
participating in a missions trip 

> The new partnerships through North Carolina Baptists are: 
Vermont, Wyoming (strictly prayerwalking), Cuba, Honduras, Hawaii 

Gayle Brown, Interim Director of Missions 

■/ "Vision Casting" meeting in October was very helpful 

■s Pastors' Conference has started meeting weekly. Attendance is increasing. 

■/ Pastors, retired pastors, staff and spouses Christmas dinner is scheduled for Monday, 

December 13, at 6:00 p.m. at the Resource Center. 
V Associational prayer meetings going very well — people are getting to know one 

another. 
S BSU — David Stone is new director. Many churches provide lunch on Mondays. Lot of 

new things are happening in BSU. 
S CCN — Church Communications Network. Upcoming events: December 5 and 12, Jim 

Cymbala, Christ Tabernacle Choir; December 31, "Winterfest" live from Liberty 

University. 

Notes from the "Vision Casting" Meeting were shared. Considering where the association is 
and where it needs to be a list of critical issues was compiled. From that list, four priorities 
were given: 

1 . Reaching people through Bible study/evangelism/listening 

2. Leadership Development 

3. Strengthen churches/meet churches' needs 

4. Meeting human needs 

Our leader, Leon Boyd, suggested we set goals to address these objectives and that the 
goals should be specific, attainable and measurable. 

The moderator reported that Steve Ackerman had resigned as chairman of the Director of 
Missions Search Committee and that he had asked James Lamb to serve as chairman. 
There were seven persons on the original committee. It is Wayne's recommendation that we 



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do not need to add another person to the committee. The committee has already started its 
work and does not feel it is necessary. 

James Lamb, chairman of the Director of Missions Search Committee, gave an update from 
that committee. 

Request prayer from the Leadership Council 

Believe God has the right person in His mind and heart for our leadership 

The committee meets together, we pray together, we're open and honest with one 

another. We discuss our goals. 

Resumes were prioritized and an honest research was done. 

Questionnaires were sent out to the church leadership. Some good information was 

received. 

We met with Lester Evans from the NC Baptist State Convention. 

A profile has been done to determine who we feel God would have us to bring. 

"Vision Casting" weekend was very helpful. 

One candidate has been interviewed. 

The Moderator and personnel committee have been asked to develop a job 

description for an interim director of missions and a permanent director of missions. 
■ The finance committee has been asked to develop a salary package that can be 

offered as the process progresses. 

Kevin Bennett and Wayne Roper, other members of the search committee, shared about 
their work on the committee. 

Gayle made some remarks concerning the importance of this position. This person will set 
the direction of the Association. Buncombe Baptist Association is one of the largest in the 
state and is well respected. He suggests that the committee possibly look for an experienced 
director of missions. 

The Moderator announced that Gayle has resigned as Interim Director of Missions, effective 
December 31, 2004. 

James Lamb gave an update on the search for an interim director of missions. A resume has 
been received from a retired director of missions and James has talked with him by phone. 
The committee will meet on Wednesday, November 24, 2004 to discuss this. Hopefully, this 
person can begin January 1 , 2005. 

A special prayer for the Search Committee was led by Steve Harris. 

A motion was made by Perry Brindley that the Search Committee maintain the number of six 
members. The vote was unanimous. James stated that the committee would not bring a 
recommendation unless they were unanimous. 

Gayle shared that he will be working more hours with Baptist Retirement Homes. He will be 
traveling from Hickory and Shelby to the west, speaking in churches about the ministries of 
the retirement homes. 



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There were no other business items to be discussed. Gene King made a motion that the 
meeting be adjourned. 

BUNCOMBE BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

LEADERSHIP COUNCIL MEETING 

Monday, January 17, 2005 

MINUTES 

The evening began with supper at 6:00 p.m. At 6:45 p.m. Wayne Higgins, Moderator, called 
the meeting to order. Members present were: Wayne Higgins, Nancy Owen, Clark 
Henderson, Gene King, Stan Willet, Tom Pierce, Dean Huggins, Kyle Carver, Kim Black, 
Norma Melton, Scott Shields, Gail Harding, Edwina Messer, Shirley Lawson, Kevin Bennett, 
James Lamb, and Cathryn Kinser. Others in attendance were: Barbara Pierce, Susie Black, 
J. Billy Graham, Anne Graham, Harold Blankenship and Ava Peek. 

Wayne expressed thanks to the ladies who prepared the meal and those who served it. He 
also introduced J. Billy Graham, the new interim Director of Missions. His wife, Anne, was 
also present. 

After special prayer requests were named, Gene King led in prayer. 

Minutes from the November 22, 2004 meeting were distributed. There were no additions or 
corrections. The minutes were accepted as information. 

Kyle Carver, Chairman of the Finance Committee, reviewed the financial reports. 

o The report was a preliminary report, because the books for 2004 will not be closed for 

another week. 
o December receipts were a little less than average. Year-to-date actual expenditures 

were $247,849.80 and our income was $292,519.66, with a difference of $44,669.86. 

He reminded us that we had not been paying the salary for a a full-time director of 

missions, but an interim director of missions. 
o Two $5,000 payments have been made against the principal on the indebtedness on 

the Gayle D. Brown Ministry Center. 

There were some corrections to be made on the 2005 budget. 

506702 Secretary/Receptionist annuity should be 2,318 instead of 2,260. This figure was 
based on a $22,000 salary and not $23,175. 

An error in addition in "Total Administrative Expenses." Figure should have been $147,155 
not $147,315. 

With the addition of item #1 and correction of item #2 the "Total Administrative Expenses" 
figure should be $147,213, changing the revised total budget figure to $338,985 instead of 
$339,087. 



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No vote was needed to make these changes. 

The Finance Committee will meet this Thursday, January 20, 2005, to overview the 2006 
budget. Committee chairpersons, team leaders and consultants will receive forms for their 
ministry needs. The committee will discuss ways to decrease our indebtedness on the 
Ministry Center. 

The chairman made a motion that the report be accepted; Gene King seconded the motion. 
The preliminary financial report was accepted. 

Associational Staff Report 

Norma Melton, Director of Church and Community Ministries 

o Mountain State Fair Ministry — Leadership team has already met in preparation for the 

2005 Fair 
o Angel Tree — Approximately 400 children were sponsored. 
o Red Box Ministry — Approximately 285 boxes were taken to the Black Mountain 

Women's Correctional Facility, Fruitland Wives, CWJC participants, ABCCM Women's 

shelter, Martha Home and Asheville Pregnancy Support Services 
o Gayle D. Brown Ministry Center — From October until the middle of January ABCCM 

used the Center to distribute toys to needy children through the Holiday Angel ministry. 

More than 700 children received toys through this ministry. 
o Vanderbilt Apartments — ministry continues 
o CWJC — Sandra Haynes has announced her resignation as a co-site coordinator. 

Harriet Williams will be the site coordinator. Sandra will remain on the CWJC Advisory 

Board. 
o The Community Ministries Team will meet Thursday, January 20, 2005 to discuss 

different ways to minister in our communities. Mike Stamey is team leader, 
o Norma will be going to Hawaii in February to speak at their annual state WMU 

Conference. She will be going to Alabama and Arkansas to participate in On Mission 

Celebrations, 

J. Billy Graham, Interim Director of Missions 
o He has met with several committees 

o The staff meets every morning to share prayer concerns and look at the calendar, 
o He wants to encourage and help strengthen the ministries of the association. Hopes 

we can follow up on our vision for the association and hat we will find ourselves 

working together to accomplish the Great Commission, 
o He has met with a pastor of an independent church discussing the possibility of that 

church affiliating with the association, 
o On Thursday, January 27, 2005, he will meet with Scott Shields and Dr. Kumar from 

the NC Baptist State Convention to investigate the possibility of beginning work with 

families from India. West Asheville may be the sponsoring church. 



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Kim Black, Chairman of the Properties Committee, shared the following report. 

The Properties Committee met on Sunday, January 9. The following items were discussed 
for action in 2005 for the upkeep of the Resource Center and Gayle Brown Ministry Center. 

♦ Update job descriptions of custodian and lawn care 
•> Paint inside and outside Resource Center 

♦ Tree trimming next to Gayle Brown Ministry Center 

♦:♦ Pressure washing Ministry Center where mold has developed 

♦ Installing new handicap parking signs 

♦ Putting sealant on tower to eliminate moisture problem 

Information was given about relief efforts for tsunami victims. 

o Tsunami Relief contributions can be made through the association and then sent onto 

North Carolina Baptist Men. 
o An assessment team from NCBM went to Sri Lanka last week to update on the needs 

there. Four teams have been put together — one medical, one assessment and two on 

water purification. Names will be put on a waiting list. 
o North Carolina Baptist Men has joined with Samaritan's Purse to provide housing for 

teams that go down. 
o Information will be shared through the "Ministrygram" to let our people know what 

opportunities are available. 

Stan Willet gave an update on the Church Communication Network. A training session is 
scheduled for Tuesday, February 1, to learn how to facilitate the broadcasts and set up the 
equipment Most events will be taped to be shown at a different time in case someone could 
not attend the first showing. 

Scott Shields, leader of the Partnership Missions Team, stated that we have teams that will 
participate in the partnership missions with the state convention. The team is trying to build a 
strategy to help our churches reach out. 

Upcoming trips include: 

May Wyoming 

June Backyard Bible Clubs in Asheville 

June Alaska 

Vermont 
October Cuba 
November Honduras 

Wayne stated that the Personnel Committee had developed a job description for the new 
Director of Missions. Copies of the job description were distributed after the reading of the 
committee's report. 

James Lamb, Chairman of the Search Committee, recognized the members of the committee 
that were in attendance. They were: Kevin Bennett, Ava Peek and Harold Blankenship. 



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A special called meeting is scheduled for Monday, January 31, 2005, at 7:00 p.m. at 
Merrimon Avenue for the purpose of voting on the permanent Director of Missions. He will be 
meeting the staff, pastors and others at the Resource Center at 4:30 p.m. 

This is the Director of Missions Search Committee's report submitted to the Leadership 
Council. 

The DOM Search Committee has reached a decision to present, as a candidate for 
permanent Director of Missions, Dr. Craig Bailey. This presentation will be made on January 
31, 2005 at Merrimon Avenue Baptist Church at 7:00 p.m. This meeting has been called for 
this purpose. 

Dr. Bailey's resume begins with the words: "Today's missionary must relate to such a broad 
range of people and churches that background is increasingly important. I've had the 
privilege of serving in full-time and part-time ministry positions, from staff ministry to a senior 
pastorate with four full-time staff associates, from rural churches to the suburbs. I have been 
a successful church planter and have turned around stagnant, older churches. " 

"From this background God called me to assist churches in becoming all they could be for 
Him. I believe the local association is the ideal place from which to fulfill this calling. God's 
confirmation came first at the North American Mission Board when I attended the training 
conference for potential associational missionaries. He opened a door of ministry, which has 
allowed me to work with a dynamic metro Atlanta association as a consultant to help 
churches become healthy congregations. For three years I have also worked on the Church 
Health Team of the Georgia Baptist Convention in developing strategies to help our churches 
achieve health and growth. " 

"As a trained consultant with Natural Church Development, Church Central Associates, and 
others, I have the tools to help the local congregation. " 

Dr. Bailey's ministry objective is "To serve the Southern Baptist family of churches in a 
denominational and/or associational role that will promote Kingdom growth and glorify the 
Lord Jesus Christ. " 

He is married to the former Sue Kitchens of Covington, Georgia, 1 976. They have two 
daughters: Joy, a 2003 graduate of Southern Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky, with a 
Master's Degree in Religious Education, who is married to Southern Student, Tim Mercer; 
Libby, a graduate of Charleston Southern University, who has recently married the son of the 
Executive Secretary of the South Carolina Baptist State Convention. 

He is qualified for service by way of serving as Director of Church Health, Stone Mountain 
Baptist Association, Conyers, Georgia. Here he serves an east metro Atlanta association of 
urban, suburban and rural churches primarily in DeKalb, Rockdale, and Newton Counties. 
He also serves on church health team for the Georgia Baptist Convention. He also serves as 
transitional pastor for the Park Place Baptist Church. He served as pastor, Second Baptist 
Church, Beech Island, South Carolina where he reorganized a struggling congregation 



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leading them to new records in attendance, giving and baptisms, while eliminating a large 
debt. 

He served as a church planter with the Georgia Baptist Convention where he founded the 
Perimeter Road Baptist Church, Valdosta, Georgia. A church which started with about 20 
people from First Baptist and earned three Eagles for Sunday School growth. Top 75 in 
baptisms in Georgia for four years. Completed two building programs which became debt 
free in eight years. 

Dr. Bailey has a Ph.D. in Christian education, Master of Theology, graduate work in missions, 
Bachelor of Ministry, Associate of Arts, additional studies in business and computer 
technology. 

Much professional training in leader training, church development, church health, church 
planter, FAITH, church building, etc. 

He comes highly recommended and referenced by many outstanding leaders. One reference 
said in answer to the question, Do you think the candidate has the appropriate gifts and/or 
personality for associational ministry — specifically with regards to the position of Director of 
Missionary? Why? "Absolutely. Craig's giftedness and passion for ministry is apparent in 
every aspect of his work. That coupled with his desire to see leaders excel and grow in their 
God-given capacities makes him a wonderful candidate for the Director of Missions." 

Letters will be sent to pastors sharing information about this person and the called meeting. 
Kyle Carver, Chairman of the Finance Committee, asked if the current package of 
compensation as indicated in the budget 2005 would need to be adjusted. Wayne stated that 
Dr. Bailey had been given information about the salary package. At this point, no adjustment 
needs to be made. 

The Search Committee further recommended that the vote taken on January 31, 2005 would 
be by standing vote. A question was asked if we voted by standing vote, how would we 
identify messengers. The answer was that all messengers would register with their 
messenger card. At that time messengers could be given a colored ballot to hold up as they 
vote. 

Another question was raised: Would people vote more honestly if we voted by secret ballot 
instead of standing? The answer given by Kevin Bennett was that the committee felt that the 
vote should be taken as we had in electing Directors of Missions in the past. The motion to 
vote by standing vote was accepted. 

Another recommendation by the Search Committee was that this person should be elected 
with at least a 75% vote. The vote to adopt this recommendation was accepted. 

Kevin Bennett shared with the Council the process the committee went through to select the 
candidate for the Director of Missions. 

□ Gayle recommended a person from the state convention to come and provide training 



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a Worked through a book called "Leader Search" Included in that book were 

recommendations for surveys which were mailed out and emailed to leadership within 
our association 

□ From that information, the committee developed a compilation of al of that, perceived 
needs, direction people felt the direction should go 

a Gayle scheduled a "Vision Casting" weekend. More information was gathered. 

a A profile was developed. Take resumes look at needs, direction and vision that was 

being cast through that process — this is what a person would look like 
a Through this process there was unity in the first choice, without discussion, 
a The committee has met in other places. 

□ The process has been a very thorough one. 

Billy Graham affirmed the committee for arranging the 4:30 p.m. time on Monday to allow Dr. 
Bailey to meet the staff and pastors. A time would also be given at the 7:00 p.m. meeting 
time to ask questions before the vote was taken. 

James further stated that the committee had received 69 resumes, from several states, some 
locally and even internationally. There were some very good ones. It's been amazing how 
God has worked through this committee — that Independently, once the profile was 
developed, that the committee members could go through all the resumes and all seven 
members of the committee (this was before Steve Ackerman resigned as chairperson of the 
committee) agreed on the top three candidates. 

Wayne expressed thanks to the committee and to the staff. 

There was no other business. 

Kevin Bennett announced that Mountain View is sending teams on Tuesday, Thursday and 
Saturday to Clyde for disaster recovery. If anyone is interested, call the church office. 

Motion to adjourn was made by Kim Black; Scott Shields seconded. 

Meeting was adjourned with a closing prayer. 



Buncombe Baptist Association 

Called Business Meeting 

Monday, January 31, 2005 

Merrimon Avenue Baptist Church 

7:00 p.m. 

MINUTES 

Jonathan Gibson, Worship Leader from Merrimon Avenue, led the congregation in an 
opening hymn, "All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name." 

Wayne Higgins, Moderator, called the meeting to order. He stated that the purpose of the 
meeting was to consider a person for the position of Director of Missions of Buncombe 



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Baptist Association. Letters were mailed to give a two-week notice of this meeting, according 
to the constitution and bylaws. On Monday, January 17, 2005, the Associational Leadership 
Council made a decision that a vote of 75% would be needed to elect this person. 

The Moderator shared some personal thoughts. 

1 . Thank you for being here to participate in this very important decision. 

2. Be open to the leadership of the Holy Spirit 

3. Seek God's guidance and His will 

4. Maintain basic Christian principles, our foundation and mission 

5. Recognize changes and find ways to meet needs of people and lead them to Christ. 

6. Embrace new ideas 

7. Work with all of our churches and other organizations to reach the world for Christ. 

8. Think, pray and plan for great things to happen 

9. Our Association has a bright and exciting future. 

Gene King, Vice-Moderator, led in prayer. 

Jonathan led us in singing "Great Is Thy Faithfulness." 

Kevin Bennett, a member of the Director of Missions Search Committee, shared with the 
messengers the process the committee used to seek a new Director of Missions. 

> The team met, prayed, laughed, cried and labored together 

> First order of business was to elect an interim director of Missions. Gayle Brown, was 
elected and served from July to December 2004. Dr. J. Billy Graham began serving on 
January 4, 2005. 

> Met 30 times over a period of 8 months in various places at various times and with 
various people. 

> Received input of numerous folks through the association, Baptist State Convention 
and North American Mission Board 

> Had Sessions with the ministers' conference, ministers' prayer team, moderator, 
leadership council, staff, interim directors of missions. 

> Met with Lester Evans, consultant with the Baptist State Convention 

> Mailed out approximately 500 questionnaires to associational leaders 

> Participated in a "Vision Casting" weekend, led by Leon Boyd 

> Developed a strategy, personnel profile, charted a course to discover the person God 
desired us to have as our new Director of Mission 

> Received 69 resumes. Through a process of evaluation, continuing prayer and close 
scrutiny, the resumes were prioritized. The members were urged to work 
independently to choose the top two candidates. Each member of the committee 
chose the same for number one and number two. The person to be presented tonight 
was the top candidate throughout the process. 

> God has a glorious plan and purpose for this association. We must focus on what God 
has given us 

James Lamb, chairman of the Search Committee, recognized the members of the committee 
in attendance at the meeting. He also thanked the pastor, staff and members of the 



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Merrimon Avenue Baptist Church for hosting tonight's meeting. He thanked the hospitality 
committee of the association for planning and preparing the reception held earlier in the day 
to give people an opportunity to meet Dr and Mrs. Craig Bailey. 

James introduced Dr. Bailey. Dr. Bailey shared his testimony He shared his vision for 
missions and ministry in the association. It's about building our churches and helping them to 
accomplish their mission. 

The Moderator recognized again the search committee and especially James Lamb, 
chairman. 

As chairman of the search committee, James Lamb, made the following motion: The Director 
of Missions Search Committee now moves the election of Craig Bailey to serve the 
Buncombe Baptist Association as permanent Director of Missions. Coming from a committee 
does not require a second. 

Joe Babb (Arden FBC) asked if an adjustment would need to be made to the compensation 
package for Director of Missions salary currently stated in the 2005 budget. 

The moderator stated that the 2005 budget has been approved and within that budget is a 
package for a permanent director of Missions. This has been discussed with Craig and he's 
in agreement with that, at least at this time. 

James further stated that the search committee has talked with Craig but that he has not met 
with the finance committee yet. Since the cost of living is a little higher here in this area than 
in the area where he now lives there may need to be an adjustment on the housing 
allowance. He (James) has talked with the finance committee and the moderator and there 
seems to be no problem with being able to make whatever adjustments there would be 
necessary. The budget is a foundation to work with and we have discussed that-then would 
just be the adjustment of the amount of housing allowance and salary, etc. 

(Wayne) But within the same total compensation package. That is the understanding at this 
point. 

Wayne stated that the Leadership Council had voted on January 17, 2005 that a 75% vote 
would be necessary in favor of any candidate that would be presented as Director of 
Missions. 

A standing vote was taken. There was no opposition. Dr. Craig Bailey was elected as the 
new Director of Missions of Buncombe Baptist Association. He will begin his work on 
Monday, April 4, 2005. 

James recognized Billy Graham who has served as interim director of missions for the past 
three months. Wayne also expressed his appreciation for Billy Graham. A special thanks 
was extended to Norma, Nancy, and Susie. 

Wayne Roper dismissed the meeting with prayer. 



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BUNCOMBE BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

LEADERSHIP COUNCIL MEETING 

Monday, April 18, 2005 

MINUTES 

The evening began with supper at 6:00 p.m. At 6:45 p.m. Wayne Higgins, Moderator, called 
the meeting to order. Members present were: Craig Bailey, Perry Brindley, Bud Dotson, 
Steve Harris (New Life), Wayne Higgins, Dean Huggins, Gene King, Cathryn Kinser, Ann 
Lytle, James Lamb, Shirley Lawson, Norma Melton, Edwina Messer, Nancy Owen, Scott 
Shields, Tommy Wilkes and Stan Willet. 

Wayne expressed thanks to the ladies who preapared the meal and those who served it 

After special prayer requests were named, James Lamb led in prayer. 

The Moderator referred to the minutes as printed in the Book of Reports. There were no 
additions or corrections. The minutes were accepted as information. 

Bud Dotson, Treasurer, gave the financial report. "Praise the Lord" the balance on the Gayle 
D. Brown Ministry Center debt is $198,556. Several additional payments were made on the 
principal. The finance committee will initiate a capital campaign to reduce the debt on the 
Center. The budget receipts are running approximately 10% behind budget requirements at 
this time. The report was approved. 

Craig Bailey was introduced. He is very excited about what is happening in the association 
and looking forward to what we will do in the weeks and months to come. He reminded the 
group of its importance in the life and workings of the association. 

Wayne encouraged the group to read Norma's report highlighting events that had taken place 
in the last few months. 

The Properties Committee Report was reviewed by Susie Black. 

> Painting inside and outside the building will begin next week. Appalachian Paint 
Company will be doing the painting. 

> Appalachian Carpet and Textile Cleaning will be cleaning the upholstered chairs and 
couches. 

> The door to the tower will be replaced. 

> Handicap parking signs will be replaced. 

> Contracts for custodial and lawn care services will be updates. 

James Lamb, chairman of the Search Committee, shared that through the process of 
searching for a new director of missions, he was made more and more aware of God's 
leadership. 

Shirley Lawson, chair of the Constitution Committee, stated that the committee will be 
bringing a motion at the Spring meeting on Monday, May 16, 2005. The motion will be to 



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suspend the rule to allow the moderator and vice-moderator to sever one more year. Roberts 
Rules of Order provides for the suspension of the rules for one item without changing the 
constitution. A letter will be mailed to pastors explaining the motion. 

This request was made from the nominations committee. The motion is being made to 
assure a good transition and to offer greater assistance during the time Dr. Bailey will be 
coming as our new director of missions. 

Scott Shields shared about partnership mission. 

o Backyard Bible Clubs during the month of June 

o Honduras, November 7 to 9-14, medical, children, crusade in two cities, two evenings 

each 
o Cuba— Fall 1005; Spring 2006 
o A partnership with the Baptist State Convention and West Asheville Baptist Church to 

start a new work with people from Indian in our area. Dr. Kumar from Charlotte will be 

doing some training 

James Lamb, chairman of the Membership Committee, shared that the committee would be 
bringing a motion at the Spring meeting that the Calvary Church of Fairview become 
members of the association. 

Perry Bhndley, chairman of the Nominations committee, shared that committee's report. 
The list of team leaders, directors and consultants will be presented at the Spring meeting. 
Referring to the Denominational Relations Consultant, Perry announced that there is a big 
possibility that an extension course from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary will 
begin in the Fall of 2005 at Fruitland Baptist Bible Institute. 

Steve Harris (New Life) chairman of the Church Planting Committee, shared that there are 5 
new church starts: North Point Baptist Church, pastor Gray Little; Ecclesia Baptist, pastor 
John Thomas; Iglesia Comunidad Familiar, pastor Samuel Rodriguez; India Ministry through 
West Asheville Baptist Church and Appalachian Church Planters with Randy Bonner of 
Spruce Pine is looking toward planting a church in our area. On April 25, 2005, the 
association church planting committee will be meeting with a couple who are potential 
leaders for this new church start. 

Susie announced that a truck will be brought to the Resource Center on Wednesday and 
Thursday, April 20-21 and April 27-28 to collect food for the Baptist Children's Homes Food 
Drive. 

Wayne reminded the group about the Region #9 Baptist Men's Rally at West Asheville 
Baptist Church on Tuesday, May 3. 

Nancy shared with the group that the speaker for the Spring meeting, Reverend Charles 
Roesel, pastor of First Baptist Church, Leesburg, Florida, will be leading two workshops at 
the Resource Center on Tuesday, May 17. He will be leading the workshops in "How to 
Reach Multitudes for Christ in Very Difficult Situations." 



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Bud Dotson made a motion and Perry Brindley seconded it that we send a letter of thanks 
and gratitude to Billy Graham. The motion was approved. 

The meeting was adjourned with prayer. 

Get AW Excited ... Go Tell Everybody 



Buncombe Baptist Association 
Monday, May 16, 2005, 6:30 p.m. 

Prelude 

Call to Worship 

Invocation and Welcome 

Response and Declaration of Spring Meeting 
Adoption of Program 



Spring Meeting 
Grace Baptist Church 

"We're Marching to Zion" arr. D. Phillips 

"Praise Ye the Lord" B. B. McKinney 

Wayne Adkisson, Host Pastor 

Wayne Higgins, Moderator 
Mike Adcock 



New Pastors and Staff Members 
Worship in Song 



Gene King 



"Open the Eyes of My Heart" 
"I Sing Praises" 



Installation for new Director of Missions 

Greetings from the North Carolina Baptist State Convention 



The Anthem 

Treasurer's Report 
Nominating Committee Report 
Membership Committee Report 
Constitution Committee Report 

Missions and Ministries Testimonies 
Associational Staff 



"I'm in His Care" 



Ken Kessler 

Schubert 

Bud Dotson 

Perry Brindley 

James Lamb 

Shirley Lawson 



Craig Bailey and Norma Melton 
Partnership Missions 



Hymn 227 

Introduction of Speaker 

Worship In Music 

Message 

Prayer of Commitment 

Postlude 



"Praise Him! Praise Him!" 



"Above AH" 



Gayle Brown 

IMPACT Singers 

Charles Roesel 

Chris Reese 



Reception in the fellowship hall immediately following the meeting. 



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BUNCOMBE BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

SPRING MEETING 

May 16, 2005 

Grace Baptist Church 

6:30 p.m. 

MINUTES 

Organ and piano prelude was "We're Marching to Zion." 

The choir of Grace Baptist sang "Praise Ye the Lord" as a call to worship. 

The invocation and welcome were given by Wayne Adkission, host pastor. 

Wayne Higgins, Moderator, declared the 2005 Spring Meeting of Buncombe Baptist 
Association in session. 

Mike Adcock, chairman of the Order of Business Committee, recommended that the printed 
program for the evening be adopted, with one addition. A report sharing needs of the Baptist 
Children's Homes of North Carolina would be given after the Constitution Committee Report. 
The program with the change was adopted. 

The Moderator announced that the Cathryn Kinser and Denise Fryar were appointed as 
members of the Enrollment Committee who served to register the messengers attending the 
meeting. 

Gene King, Vide-Moderator, recognized new pastors and staff. Aaron Burgner, Associate 
Pastor of Family Life, at Pole Creek Baptist Church was welcomed into the association. 

Rick Ramsey, Minister of Music of Grace Baptist, led the congregation in singing "Open the 
Eyes of My Heart" and "I Sing Praises." 

Dr. Craig Bailey was officially installed as the new Director of Missions of Buncombe Baptist 
Association. Gene King read I Peter 5:1-11. The Moderator challenged the messengers of 
the association to pray, support, and encourage Dr. Bailey is this new work. 

Ken Kessler, Senior Consultant, Associational Partnerships of the Baptist State Convention 
of North Carolina, brought greetings from the state convention. 

The choir ministered by singing "I'm in His Care." 

Bud Dotson, treasurer, gave the financial report. 

1 . Receipts are 1 0% below budgetary needs. 

2. A gift of $9,600 has been received from a lady who had been a friend of the 
association. 

3. The balance on the ministry annex is $196,934.08. 

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Perry Brindley, chairman of the Nominations Committee shared that committee's report. The 
report included, mission teams, church ministries teams, ministry consultants, and 
administrative committee chairs. These leaders, when elected, will help the committee select 
other team members. 

James Lamb, chairman of the Membership Committee gave that committee's report. The 
membership committee received a request for membership from the Calvary Baptist Church 
of Fairview. 

The committee met with Pastor Chris Reese and three of the leaders of the church. After 
reviewing the constitution and by-laws along with the mission statement and hearing of their 
desire to work along with the churches in the Association, we believe they are prepared to 
become an active member of the Buncombe Baptist Association. We recommend they be 
received into watch care membership for one year with all the rights and responsibilit8ies 
according the constitution. 

This committee would like to express appreciation to J. Billy Graham for his work with the 
Calvary Baptist Church to inform them as to the work of the association, and of his presence 
at the meeting with this committee. Also the committee expresses appreciation to Dr. Craig 
Bailey for this presence and participation in that same meeting. 

Other committee members are Nina Fisher, Ronnie Owen, D. J. Abernathy and Roger 
Rearden. 

Shirley Lawson, chairperson of the Constitution Committee, brought the following motion. At 
the request of the Nominations Committee, the Constitution Committee would like to make 
the following motion: The Constitution Committee makes a motion to suspend the rule to 
allow the Moderator and Vice-Moderator to serve one more year. Roberts Rules of Order 
provides for the suspension of the rules for one item without changing the constitution. 

This motion is being made to assure a good transition and offer greater assistance during our 
transition with Dr. Bailey. 

There were no questions or discussion. The motion was adopted unanimously. 

Howard Candler shared news about the Baptist Children's Homes. The Alberta Bolick Group 
Home is being built at Calvary Baptist on Haywood Road. An additional $10,000 is still 
needed to break ground. He encouraged the messengers to help with this money. 

He thanked the churches for the food drive for the Children's Homes. The drive in the 
western part of the state was the greatest. 

The association at work: 

Norma introduced Ryan Capell and Whitney Thompson, our summer missionaries. Ryan is a 
member at Black Mountain First Baptist and Whitney is a member at Pole Creek Baptist. 



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Ryan is a rising senior at Gardner-Webb University and Whitney is a rising sophomore at AB 
Tech. They will begin their work on May 31 . 

Norma shared 

a a letter from an inmate in Durham who had received a salvation bracelet made by 

someone in our association, 
a about children who had been helped through the Angel Tree Ministry, 
a about a lady she met in Arkansas who had stopped at one of our rest areas 

Kyle Carver, a member of Newfound, shared about his church's participation in the rest area, 
ministry. 

Al Braddock, a member of Skyland, shared about his church's trip to Park Slope Church in 
Manhattan, New York. 

The congregation sang the hymn "Praise Him! Praise Him!" 

Gayle Brown introduced our speaker for the evening, Reverend Charles Roesel, Pastor of 
First Baptist Church, Leesburg, Florida. 

The IMPACT Singers of Grace Baptist sang "Above All." 

Using the scripture Mark 2:12, Reverend Roesel, he shared some lessons we could learn 
from this passage. 

1 . Hurting — as long as we minister to hurting people we will never be without an 
audience. 

Jesus Christ does not measure the validity of a church's ministry by how many people 
stream to the sanctuary, but how many are serving Him in the streets between 
Sundays 

2. Heart — four men who cared, knelt, picked the man up and carried him to Jesus. If 
we're going to reach the church for Christ, we need to loose the laity. Our churches 
are dying from staff infection. If we're going to reach the world for Christ, we're going 
to have to do some new things and we need to do the old unusually well. 

3. Hindrances — crowd stood between them and Jesus They were men of compassion, 
creativity and cooperation. 

4. Healer-Lord Jesus. Don't ever ask "Can we afford it?" Ask "If it's God's will?" If it is 
God's will, you can do it. 

Chris Reese, Pastor of Calvary of Fairview Baptist, prayed the prayer of benediction. 



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BUNCOMBE BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

LEADERSHIP COUNCIL MEETING 

Monday, June 27, 2005 

MINUTES 

The evening began with supper at 6:00 p.m. At 6:45 p.m. Wayne Higgins, Moderator, called 
the meeting to order. Members present were: Craig Bailey, Kevin Bennett, Etheline Branch, 
Perry Brindley, Gail Harding, Steve Harris (New Life), Wayne Higgins, Cathryn Kinser, Shirley 
Lawson, Norma Melton, Nancy Owen, Tom Pierce, Scott Shields. 

Wayne expressed thanks to the ladies who prepared the meal and those who served it. 

After special prayer requests were named, Wayne Higgins led in prayer. 

Steve Harris made a motion and Kevin Bennett seconded the motion that the minutes be 
approved as printed. 

Craig Bailey reviewed the financial reports. 

a The year-to-date balance is a negative balance. We're at the mid-year point and the 
money is coming in. We have several churches who send money quarterly and some 
who may be a little behind. 

a The accountant, chairman of the finance committee, director of missions and director 
of church and community ministries are working to clean up some designated 
accounts. 

A motion was made by Steve Harris and seconded by Scott Shields that the report be 
accepted. 

Partnership Missions: 

Scott Shields, leader of the partnership missions team, shared that we have several churches 
involved in partnership missions. We want to help our churches in training, equipping, and 
networking together. Another training time is scheduled possibly for the fall. 

Kevin Bennett, pastor of Mountain View, reported that his church has a group that goes every 
other month to Nicaragua. They are building a mission training facility to hopefully start a 
Bible institute. Four and one-half acres of land have been purchased. 

Craig announced that, at the end of May, Scott will be the new minister of evangelism at 
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New Work; 

o Steve Harris shared that 80-85% of graduating seniors leave churches. A lot of 
attention is being given to the emerging church — 18-30, postmodern generation. 

a At New Life Community Church, a young man is working to start a church within a 
church, called CRUX. Reaching out to the 18-30 age range, the group will meet on 
Sunday night. It will be highly relational. Two cell groups have already started. In the 
fall they will start worshipping together on Sunday evenings. Some funding from the 
State Convention has been requested. 

q The committee is working with a young man through Appalachian Planters from the 
Boone and Spruce Pine area to start a new church in the Haw Creek area of Asheville, 
called Blue Ridge Community Church. Funds have been requested from the Baptist 
State Convention and the North American Mission Board. 

Nominations Committee Report: Perry Brindley reported two recommendations. 

Terry Hollifield, Associate Pastor of Spiritual Life of Pole Creek, to be elected as 

Sunday School Director of the association. 

Ricky Townsend, pastor of Corinth Baptist, be added to the recreation team. 

Motion made by Kevin Bennett and seconded by Scott Shields to accept these 
recommendations. The recommendations were adopted. 

The nominations committee will ask the constitution committee to look closely at dissolving 
the Pastor/Staff/Church Relations Committee and Capital Funds Development Committee. 

Pastor/Staff/Church Relations: The duties of this committee can best be done through our 
director of missions and in consultation with leadership of the state convention. There is also 
an associational Denominational Consultant that could possibly be used. 

Capital Funds Development Committee: At present, the finance committee deals with capital 
funds development issues. 

This is a constitutional change that will be presented to the messengers at the first session of 
the fall meeting and voted on at the second session. 

Another recommendation from the Nominations Committee was reported by Tom Pierce, a 
member of the committee. The committee would like to recommend that Perry Brindley be 
elected as vice-moderator to fill the unexpired term of Gene King who has accepted the 
pastorate of a church in another county. 

These recommendations were adopted. 

Wayne announced that the NCBM held a disaster relief training this past week end. 

Susie Black reviewed the properties committee report as printed in the book of reports. All 
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Properties Committee Report 
Kim Black, Chairman 

1 . Interior and exterior painting has been completed. This includes the tower structure 
and exterior handrails along with several hallways and rooms. 

2. A new-galvanized door and frame was purchased and installed by Construction 
Hardware in the tower to replace the rusted out door and frame. 

3. The south side exterior of the Gayle Brown ministry building was pressure washed to 
remove mold and algae created by the tree line next to the building. The trimming of 
these same trees will be addressed at the next properties meeting. 

4. New handicap signs were purchased and installed in front of the Resource Center to 
replace the faded ones. 

5. A new Oreck vacuum cleaner has been purchased as the old one was worn out. 

6. A new Gayle Brown ministry building directional sign was donated by Larry Coleman 
Sign Company and installed at the end of the parking lot to give better directions to 
this building. 

7. Acquiring an in-line camera service from Rooter King of Asheville eliminated a 
suspected blockage in the sewer lines. No blockage was present in any sewer lines, 
thus no further investigation is required. Sewer system is fine. 

8. Some ceiling tiles were replaced in the Resource Center and the bathrooms that had 
been damaged or had stain marks. 

9. Curtains in the ministry center have been dry-cleaned and need to be reinstalled. 

10. Quotes are currently being obtained to clean off the brush along Hazel Mill Road to 
improve the looks along the roadside. Further information concerning this will be forth 
coming at the next meeting. Volunteers have done some cleaning, but more cleaning 
is necessary. Also, mulching will help prevent growth of underbrush. 

1 1 .All upholstered furniture in the office was dry cleaned by Appalachian Carpet and 
Textile Cleaning. 

Association at Work: 

Craig reported that he had been in 22 churches for a service. There are 10 churches already 
calendared for speaking engagements or other church events. 

He and Sue will be visiting churches looking for a home church. 

The first Church Health Survey is scheduled at Skyland First in August. 

Several events are scheduled for next spring. 
March 2006 — Prayer Evangelism Conference at Biltmore 
April 2006 - Interfaith Evangelism Conference 
These will be regional conferences. 

June 2006 - SBC 2006 - Crossover Greensboro. Teams will be mobilized and trained to win 
people to Christ. Teams from our area will be in Greensboro for Crossover, but will also 
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Craig presented a change in our office hours. At present, our hours are Monday - Thursday, 
8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. and Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. After a time of discussion, the 
members of the Council decided to change office hours to delete Friday. We would advertise 
Monday through Thursday office hours of 8:30 a.m. 5:00 p.m. with the office closed on 
Friday. Staff may be able to work and answer phones when needed, but the expectation of 
someone being present every Friday would be eliminated. COST: Minor savings from 
financial viewpoint; some inconvenience while people get used to new hours 

The moderator stated that it was very important that we convey to our churches that we are 
not cutting resources or services to our churches. This information will be publicized in the 
"Ministrygram" and newsletter. 

A motion was made by Cathryn Kinser and seconded by Kevin Bennett that this 
recommendation be approved. 

A motion was made by Kevin Bennett and seconded by Steve Harris that the meeting be 
adjourned. 

Craig Bailey closed the meeting with prayer. 



BUNCOMBE BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

LEADERSHIP COUNCIL MEETING 

Monday, September 19, 2005 

MINUTES 

The evening began with supper at 6:00 p.m. At 6:45 p.m. Wayne Higgins, Moderator, called 
the meeting to order. Members present were: Craig Bailey, Kevin Bennett, Kim Black, 
Etheline Branch, Perry Brindley, Kyle Carver, Bud Dotson, Gail Harding, Steve Harris (New 
Life), Wayne Higgins, Cathryn Kinser, Ann Lytle, Shirley Lawson, Norma Melton, and Nancy 
Owen 

Wayne expressed thanks to the ladies who prepared the meal and those who served it. After 
several prayer requests, Norma Melton led in prayer. 

Wayne referred to the minutes printed in the book of reports. Kevin Bennett made a motion 
and Kim Black seconded the motion that the minutes be approved as printed. 

Bud Dotson reviewed the financial reports. 

• Disaster Relief: To date, just under $50,000 has been sent to North Carolina Baptist 
Men for disaster relief. 

• Capital Debt reduction emphasis: Due to the extensive needs for disaster relief, Craig 
and Bud decided to postpone the campaign to reduce the debt on the ministry center. 
As of to date, our ministry center debt balance is $187,758.35, and our checking 
account balance is $24,136.51. 



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• Men's Basketball. Bud announced that for two years the basketball league had 
operated with a minus balance. Bud recommended that the Leadership Council 
instruct the Recreation Committee that the 2005-06 season would begin with a 
negative balance, and that the deficit amount for the 2004-05 season will be divided 
among the 16 teams that played in the league and added to the entry fee for the new 
season. The recommendation was adopted. 

A member of the finance committee has been elected to serve on the recreation 
committee. An effort will be made to determine all income and disbursements for this 
year, giving special attention to the cost of using gyms where the teams play. 

• Mileage rate adjustment: Bud made a motion that we accept the IRS' new ruling to 
adjust the allowed mileage rate reimbursement from 40.5 cents per mile to 48.5 cents. 
Kyle requested that we follow the IRS ruling. Perry seconded this motion. The motion 
was adopted. 

• Auditor's Report: 

1 . Continue to clean up designated accounts, especially those with a smaller 
balance. 

2. Establish someone to overview the accounts 

3. Internal controls are excellent. Receipts may be logged onto an Excel 
spreadsheet instead of recording them by hand in a notebook. 

4. Continue to use different account numbers for designated and general fund 
accounts 

5. No firm recommendation from the auditor. 

6. There is a much stronger balance sheet than some businesses. 

Bud made the motion that an adjustment be made in the housing allowance for the Director 
of Missions for October-December 2005. The request is made for a new designation of the 
housing allowance from the present annualized $14,000 per year to $7,500 for the final 
quarter of 2005. This would be $2,500 per month, or $1 ,250 per pay period. This amount 
should balance out the year to reflect actual housing costs. Perry seconded the motion. The 
motion was adopted. 

Steve Harris made a motion, and Perry Brindley seconded the motion to make this 
adjustment in the housing allowance for the Director of Missions. 

The financial report was approved. 

Kyle Carver reviewed the 2006 proposed budget. A 3 1/2% raise is being proposed for all 
staff. 

Nancy Owen asked a question regarding line item# 506307 "Printing of Annuals." No amount 
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made a motion and Steve Harris seconded the motion to add this amount to the proposed 
2006 budget. The motion was adopted. 

Another question was raised regarding Christmas bonuses for the staff. It was suggested 
that the personnel committee, together with the finance committee look at this matter. 

The properties committee will make a recommendation to the finance committee regarding 
our liability insurance. One bid has come in and another one is due. The budget amount may 
need to be adjusted. The final figure will be included in the 2006 proposed budget to be 
voted on at the fall meeting. 

The increase is a 4.7% for the overall budget. 

Kyle Carver made a motion from the finance committee that the proposed 2006 budget be 
approved. 

Steve Harris asked a question about developing a plan to communicate to our churches to 
encourage them, when developing their budgets, to increase their giving to the association. 
He suggested that a letter be sent to each church pastor, chairman of deacons and missions 
committee chairperson. The letter would be written by Craig and would include a copy of the 
2006 proposed budget, which gives a picture of the ministries in which the association is 
involved. 

Dr. Bailey had intended to send a letter per month, and the first one has been sent. Because 
of the disaster relief requests, no other letter has been sent. 

Partnership Missions. 

Scott Shields has just returned from the Gulf Coast and will be meeting with four 
churches, Tuesday, September 20, at 11:30 a.m. at Cornerstone Restaurant who are 
interested in making a trip to the Gulf Coast. Mountain View will be going in October. 
Churches are encouraged to click on the NAMB website to get information about "Adopt-A- 
Church." 

Properties Committee Report, Kim Black, Chairman, 

1 . Mr. Wayne Smith and his volunteers with the Experiencing God Through Missions, Inc. 
group, along with some other staff volunteers were able to make a significant dent in 
the Hazel Mill Road bank cleanup efforts on Saturday, September 10, 2005. Total 
Lawn Care will be coming behind this cleanup, spraying weed killer on this same bank 
to help kill the remaining weeds. The ultimate goal is to completely clean the bank 
along Hazel Mill Road and place mulch along this same bank for easy cleanup. Our 
thanks to all the volunteers involved. 

2. Mr. Bobby Hensley was hired to clean the upper property line where the brush and 
weeds had grown up and looked a mess. All of that has been cleaned and the brush 
has been removed. 

3. Upcoming projects include: 

A. Cleaning the windows inside and out of the office building. Volunteers could be 
used for project if available. 

B. Tree trimming at the Gayle Brown Ministry building. 



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C. Some further bush and tree trimming along with some additional mulching 
around our tree and shrub beds is to be taken care of by Total Lawn Care 

Nominations Committee Report, Perry Brindley, Chairman. 
Vacancies that remain: 
Properties Committee Chairperson 
Membership Committee member 
Music Director 

Kevin Bennett read the following resolution: 

WHEREAS, Bobby Welch, President of the Southern Baptist Convention, has issued the 
"Everyone Can" Kingdom Challenge, asking us to "Witness, Win and Baptize One Million" 
people in the 2005-2006 church year, and 

WHEREAS, he has also requested local associations and churches to hold public baptismal 
rallies to celebrate new life in Christ among this year's converts, and 

WHEREAS, associations of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina should set the 
example in evangelistic efforts with the Southern Baptist Convention meeting June 13-14, 
2006 in Greensboro, NC, and 

WHEREAS, the stated goal of the BBA Evangelism Team is to "promote the work of 
evangelism, providing resources to aid churches in evangelism, assisting churches to 
develop local evangelism ministries, and planning area-wide evangelism efforts." 

THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Buncombe Baptist Association request all of its 
member churches to celebrate with sister churches our common heritage and history by 
participating in public associational baptismal rallies during the summer of 2006. 

Kevin Bennett made a motion and Steve Harris seconded it to accept this resolution. 

The Association at Work 

• Reports from our churches indicate that the summer missionaries did a fantastic job. 

• Missions Camp — new churches participated this year 

• Bele Chere — very good place for our Diaper-Changing station; lots of parents came 
by, and we have several new volunteers. 

• Prayerwalking Workshop — 80+ persons attended this training 

• Mountain State Fair — we were able to minister to the carnival workers, fair goers, 
inmates who come to help and several homeless folk from down town. More that 160 
various decisions were made. A donation of $1 ,000 was made by a vendor at the Fair. 

• New ministries may be added to our Fair Ministry next year. 

• A new logo has been developed for the association 

• Craig has been in 37 of our churches and they have been very receptive to him. 

Craig shared that a representative from American Church Coatings would like to put up a 
display of their company's product at our Fall Meeting. After some discussion, Gail Harding 



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made a motion that we needed to establish a policy in order to allow vendors to display their 
products at future meetings. Bud seconded the motion, and it was adopted. It was felt that 
it could be a good thing, but that more might want to be involved and it may be too soon for 
this year's meeting. It was further decided that the Officers of Association should develop 
this policy and to look at policies the Baptist State Convention uses for vendors making 
displays at their annual meeting. 

Kevin Bennett made a motion that the meeting be adjourned. The motion was adopted. 



OUR CHURCHES ON MISSION TO THE WORLD 
Acts 1:8 



Buncombe Baptist Association 
Fall Session, Day 1 
Monday, October 10, 2005 



124th Meeting 

Arden First Baptist Church 

6:30 p.m. 



Prelude 

Call to Worship 

Invocation and Welcome 



"Thine Is the Kingdom" 



David Brott 



Praise and Worship "Lord, I Lift Your Name On High' 

Response and Declaration of 124th Meeting 

Proposed Constitution Changes 

Recognition of New Pastors and Staff Members 



Wayne Higgins 

Shirley Lawson 

Craig Bailey 

Perry Brindley 



Recognitions 

Hymn 350 "The Church's One Foundation" 

Speaker for Agencies and Institutions David Webb 

Mission Testimony Ryan Allison 

Introduction of Speaker Craig Bailey 

Worship In Music "Jesus, What a Mighty Name" 

David Crow, Soloist 
Annual Sermon Dr. Donald Wilton, Pastor 

First Baptist Church, Spartanburg, South Carolina 
Prayer of Commitment Gray Little 

Postlude 



Buncombe Baptist Association 
Fall Session, Day 2 
Tuesday, October 11, 2005 

Prelude 

Invocation and Welcome 
Committee Appointments 
Constitution Committee 



124th Meeting 

New Life Community Church 

6:30 p.m. 

New Life Worship Band 

Steve Harris, Host Pastor 

Wayne Higgins 

Shirley Lawson 



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Nominations Committee Report and Election of Officers Bud Dotson 

Order of Business Committee Report Susie Black 

Financial Report Bud Dotson 

2006 Budget Presentation and Adoption Bud Dotson 

Membership Committee James Lamb 
Miscellaneous Business 

Memorial Service Susie Black 
Worship in Music "All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name" 

"Blessed Be Your Name" 

Recognitions 

Celebration of Missions Scott Shields 

Craig Bailey 
Worship in Music "Holy is the Lord" 

"All of My Days" 

"How Great is Our God" 

Introduction of Speaker Ronnie Owen 

Special Music New Life Worship Team 

Message Ricky Townsend, Pastor 

Corinth Baptist Church 

Benediction John Thomas 

Postlude 



BUNCOMBE BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

FALL MEETING 

October 10, 2005 

Arden First Baptist Church 

6:30 p.m. 

MINUTES 

Organ prelude. 

The invocation and welcome were given by David Brott, Chairman of Deacons, host church. 

Wayne Higgins, Moderator, declared the 2005 Fall Meeting of Buncombe Baptist Association 
in session. Note was made of the new logo for the Buncombe Baptist Association which is 
printed on the front of the Book of Reports and the Program for the evening. The symbol 
depicting the prayer tower at the Buncombe Baptist Associational Office along with the new 
theme, "The Heartbeat of Missions in the Mountains." 

Proposed Constitution changes were presented by Shirley Lawson, Chairperson, 
Constitutional Committee. They are as follows: 

At the request of the Nominating Committee, the Constitution Committee is 
recommending that both the Pastor/Staff Church Relations Committee and the Capital 



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Funds Development Committee be dissolved. The duties of the Pastor/Staff Church 
Relations Committee can best be done through our Director of Missions and in 
consultation with the leadership of the State Convention. The duties of the Capital 
Funds Development Committee are currently being worked through the Finance 
Committee. 

Action on these proposed changes will be taken at the second session of the fall meeting to 
be held on Tuesday, October 1 1 , 2005, at the New Life Community Church. 

The Buncombe Baptist Resource Center staff were introduced: Dr. Craig Bailey, Director of 
Missions; Norma Melton, Director of Church and Community Ministries; Susie Black, 
Administrative Assistant; and Nancy Owen, Communications Secretary. 

Dr. Craig Bailey, new Director of Missions, recognized new pastors and staff members. 

Appreciation was expressed for the work of the two interim Directors of Mission who served 
during the past year: Rev. Gayle Brown, Dr. Billy Graham. 

Perry Brindley, Chairman, Nomination Committee, recognized special guests. Special thanks 
was given to Wayne Higgins who agreed to serve an additional year as Moderator of the 
Buncombe Baptist Association in order to provide continuity as our new Director of Missions 
began his ministry with the Association. 

David Webb, North Carolina Baptist Foundation, shared information from Agencies and 
Institutions of the North Carolina Baptist Association. 

Ryan Allison, Member, Trinity of Fairview Baptist Church, gave a mission testimony. 

Dr. Craig Bailey introduced the guest speaker, Dr. Donald Wilton, Pastor, First Baptist 
Church, Spartanburg, South Carolina, one of the leading churches in the Southern Baptist 
Association. 

Dr. Wilton's message, "When God Acts, How Do You React?" was based on chapters 3 and 
4 of Acts. 

The Prayer of Commitment by Gray Little, Pastor, North Point Baptist Church, closed the 
meeting. 



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BUNCOMBE BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

FALL MEETING 

October 11, 2005 

New Life Community Church 

6:30 p.m. 

MINUTES 

The prelude was presented by the New Life Worship Band. 

Steve Harris, Host Pastor, gave the invocation and welcome 

Wayne Higgins, Moderator, called the meeting to order. 

Shirley Lawson, Chairperson of the Constitution Committee, read again the recommendation 
from the Constitution Committee that was presented at last night's meeting. The 
recommendation was adopted. 

In the absence of Perry Brindley, chairman of the Nominations Committee, Bud Dotson 
presented that committee's report as listed on pages 3-8 of the Program. The report was 
adopted. 

Susie Black presented the Order of Business Committee Report. The 125 th meeting, Spring 
2006, will be held on Monday May 8, 2006, at Grassy Branch Baptist Church. The speaker 
for the evening will be Mike Licona from the North American Mission Board. The 125 th 
meeting, Fall 2006, will be held on Monday, October 9, 2006, at Woodland Hills Baptist 
Church The speaker for the evening will be Kevin Bennett, pastor of Mountain View Baptist 
Church Black Mountain, North Carolina 

Bud Dotson, Treasurer, Buncombe Baptist Association, presented the Financial Report as 
printed in the Program on pages 20-22. At the present time, we are behind $3,500, but we 
usually catch up by the end of the year. Some churches give quarterly and some give 
annually and those checks have not yet been received. To date, donations given to Hurricane 
Katrina Relief totaled $65,365. The debt retirement balance is $186,000.00 

Bud Dotson presented the 2006 Budget as listed on pages 26-27 of the Program. The 
biggest increase in the 2006 Budget was line item #501410 "New Church Starts." Line item 
#506298 "Insurance Liability" was changed from $5,500 to $6,030, because insurance 
companies have changed. The total budget was changed from $355,990 to $356,520. The 
proposed 2006 budget was approved. 

James Lamb, Chairman of the Membership Committee, presented the report for this 
committee. 

The Membership Committee has received a request for membership into the association from 
the North Point Baptist Church, Weaverville, North Carolina. North Point is a new church 
start by the West Asheville Baptist Church and has been meeting since 2004. They have 
recently been chartered as a church and are ready to move on with their mission. 



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The Membership Committee recommends that Buncombe Baptist Association receive North 
Point Baptist Church into membership under watch care for one year with all its rights and 
benefits provided in the constitution and bylaws. 

John Thomas, pastor of Ecclesia Baptist, and several of his members were recognized. 
Ecclesia has been accepted into full membership of the Association. They were presented 
under watch care for one year on October 1 1 , 2004. 

Kevin Bennett, pastor, Mountain View Baptist Church, presented the following resolution. 

WHEREAS, Bobby Welch, President of the Southern Baptist Convention, has issued the 
"Everyone Can" Kingdom Challenge, asking us to 'Witness, Win and Baptize One Million" 
people in the 2005-2006 church year, and 

WHEREAS, he has also requested local associations and churches to hold public baptismal 
rallies to celebrate new life in Christ among this year's converts, and 

WHEREAS, associations of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina should set the 
example in evangelistic efforts with the Southern Baptist Convention meeting June 13-14, 
2006 in Greensboro, NC, and 

WHEREAS, the stated goal of the BBA Evangelism Team is to "promote the work of 
evangelism, providing resources to aid churches in evangelism, assisting churches to 
develop local evangelism ministries, and planning area-wide evangelism efforts." 

THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Buncombe Baptist Association request all of its 
member churches to celebrate with sister churches our common heritage and history by 
participating in public associational baptismal rallies during the summer of 2006. 

The resolution was adopted. More information will be given as details are worked out. 

Clark Henderson, pastor, Newbridge Baptist Church and chairman of the Associational 
Evangelism Committee, announced that plans were being developed to have a Franklin 
Graham Festival in our area in the next couple of years. Persons from all denominations 
have been meeting to determine what interest there is for this evangelistic emphasis. 

Susie Black, Resource Center Administrative Assistant, presented the Memorial Service. 
Since our fall meeting, October 2004, 223 persons "have fought the good fight, have finished 
the course, and have kept the faith." There were seven deacons and two ordained ministers. 
The Order of Business Committee makes a motion that the 2005 Buncombe Baptist 
Association Minutes be dedicated to: Reverend Lewis Gibson, Black Mountain First Baptist 
Church and Reverend Hatcher Elliott, Swannanoa First Baptist Church. The motion was 
adopted. 

Special guests recognized at the meeting were: Gayle Brown, Baptist Retirement Homes of 
North Carolina; Lewis Smith, Baptist Children's Homes of North Carolina, Inc.; and David 
Stone, BSU Director, University of North Carolina at Asheville. 



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"Celebration of Missions" 

John Young, member of a Sunday School class from Woodland Hills Baptist Church, shared 
that his class been instrumental in securing a home for Albert Woods, a paraplegic from 
Madison County. Closing on the purchase of a house will be October 20. More funds are 
needed at the present time to be able to give the house debt free. The Eblen Foundation will 
handle the funds. 

Ken Sausedo, pastor of Grassy Branch Baptist Church, and five other men from his church 
recently worked in the Gulf Coast doing Hurricane Relief. Another trip is planned for January 
2006. 

Ronnie Owen introduced Ricky Townsend, Pastor, Corinth Baptist Church, who brought the 
message after special music provided by the New Life Worship Team. From Acts 1:1-11, 
Reverend Townsend shared that being on missions must always be personal (uniquely 
individual), powerful (full of the Holy Spirit) and purposeful (speaking of things pertaining to 
the Kingdom of God.) 

John Thomas, pastor of Ecclesia Baptist, closed the meeting with the benediction. 

Buncombe Baptist Association 

Leadership Council Meeting 

Monday, November 7, 2005 

Baptist Resource Center 

Wayne Higgins, Moderator, Presided. After thanking the associational staff for their 
provisions for the meeting and meal, the meeting was called to order. 

Following a request for prayer for Dr. Bailey and his wife, Sue, and for Sue's father who is 
critically ill, other requests were taken and Kyle Carver led in prayer. 

Minutes of the last Association Leadership Council Meeting were approved as printed. 

Bud Dotson presented the financial update (figures through the end of September). 

The following items were included: 

a A small additional payment has been made toward the debt retirement, the debt is 

now about $1 80,000. (Recommendation had been made by Dr. Bailey and Bud that 

we delay any emphasis on debt reduction due to the on-going work of our disaster 

relief efforts). Bud stated that an individual who says that he feels led to help in the 

debt reduction had approached him. 
a Note was made that there is currently a budget deficit of $14,593; however, because 

of a $32,000 plus reserve amount, and the fact that some churches will catch up by 

the end of the year, the financial condition is okay as of now. 
a Wayne commented that a question was asked about the amount in the current budget 

for staff Christmas bonuses. The finance and personnel committees will need to 

discuss this. 



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□ An application for scholarship monies through the John G. Hicks Scholarship Fund 
has been forwarded to the corporation officers. At the current time, there is no 
committee or group that takes care of approving these applications. However, there is 
a scholarship consultant who works with the corporation officers. Ann Lytle is the 
Scholarship Consultant. She also received a copy of the application. The request for 
scholarship funding was for Timothy Gabriel Brown, a member of Biltmore Baptist 
Church, who will be attending Southwestern Seminary. A motion was made and 
seconded to grant the scholarship for $500. After the first year, it will be necessary for 
him to reapply for future scholarship funds. Nancy Owen will notify Timothy Brown 
and the North Carolina Baptist Foundation of this scholarship award. The funds will 
be disbursed from the Foundation to the school. 

The Partnership Missions update was given by Norma Melton in the absence of Scott 

Shields. Norma presented the following information: 

a Norma distributed information about the Mississippi Partnership that was also 
distributed at the Fall Meeting. The motion was made and seconded that the 
Buncombe Baptist Association enter into a formal partnership with the Gulf Coast 
Baptist Association (which include Biloxi and Gulfport) to assist with recovery efforts. 
The motion was approved. Any church in our Association can go on line and sign up 
with NAMB to adopt a church. The local church would then be directly partnered with 
a church in the Gulf Coast Association. Norma shared a letter which was sent to Dr. 
Bailey from a pastor of a Vietnamese church in Biloxi (in the Gulf Coast Baptist 
Association) which had been totally destroyed. Their membership has been displaced 
and very few have been able to return. This church must start "from scratch" to 
rebuild. The letter included photographs of the church and surrounding area so 
devastated by hurricane Katrina. The pastor stated, "Suddenly, overnight, everything 
collapsed, including our church finance... any help is needed and appreciated. God 
bless your staff and fellow association as you help us." Susie Black noted that a list of 
suggestions of things adopting churches can do is included on the back of the 
information Norma distributed. Several teams from churches in our association have 
recently gone to areas in several states (Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida) 
for disaster relief including the Gulf Coast Baptist Association. 

Perry Brindley presented the following recommendations from the Nominations Committee: 
a That Gordon Wilson, a member of West Asheville Baptist Church, serve on the 
Recreation Committee. Nancy Owen stated that she met with the Recreation Team 
and the basketball coaches at their first organization meeting last week. They have 
increased the fee to $550 (there is still a deficit in this line item of the budget). There 
were about thirteen churches represented at this meeting. It is expected that there will 
be about sixteen teams (and some teams that are non-association teams) so it looks 
like a very active season. The teams will use two gyms: Pole Creek and Trinity (on 
Shelbume Road). Each team will sign a "Church Usage Form" from the participating 
churches. In addition, the Buncombe Baptist Association Basketball League has 
provided a form signed by Danny, Greg, Dr. Craig Bailey and the Recreation 
Committee Chairperson for each gym. This means that Pole Creek will pay the $575 
entry fee. We will, in turn, pay them $575 to play in their gym). Trinity Baptist will pay 
a $1,100 entry fee.; We will, in turn pay them $1,100 to play in their gym two days. The 
recommendation was approved as presented. 



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q Vacancies that still exist are: Chairperson for the Properties Committee, an additional 
member on the Membership Committee, and a person to serve as Music Director. 

Norma Melton gave a report on "happenings within the Association." 

o Each Christmas Prison Chaplains, through Prison Fellowship and Christian churches 
make available a program called "Angel Tree" in order for prisoners' children to receive 
Christmas gifts. Information has been distributed for over 250 names of children in 
Buncombe County who have been submitted for the Angel Tree project. There are 
approximately 160 additional names yet to be distributed. There is still a great need 
for sponsors to provide gifts (two gifts — each $15 to $20 in value) for these children. 
Information about the plan of salvation can be included with these gifts. 

□ The Red Box Ministry (a red box containing toiletry items, etc., which are distributed at 
Christmas to women who are incarcerated, to women's shelters, and others) is 
another on-going project during this season. 

a The Associational Adult Choir will be singing on December 10 at the Grove Park Inn at 
11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. 

a Information was distributed about the ministers, spouses and church staff Christmas 
dinner that will be held on December 5 th at the Resource Center. 

a There are Hunger Funds available that churches and associations can apply for 

through the Baptist State Convention. These monies come from a partnership with the 
North American Mission Board and the Baptist State Convention. Application. This 
funding is made through the Associational Office and can be used in various ways for 
food only for needy people. Up to $3000 per year can be requested per agency or 
organization or by a church. Two requests have been submitted recently: ABCCM is 
low on food and an application was submitted and $3000 has been received for use 
specifically for the Hominy Valley site. An application was also submitted for the 
Vanderbilt Apartments in downtown Asheville (apartments for low income people). 
These funds will be used to supplement a food pantry to provide food for needy people 
who are residents there. Representatives from the Buncombe Baptists are also 
allowed to go into this apartment community for Bible studies, crafts and to distribute 
literature as a ministry there. 

□ Another ministry is Holiday Angel, which is a toy ministry that ABCCM coordinates. 
The coordinator of this ministry uses the facilities at the Resource Center. ABCCM 
pays for the phone at the annex building during the time the facility is being used for 
this ministry. The annex building is also used by the Slavic Ministry in Asheville and 
Asheville Pregnancy Support Services. 

a Norma shared a pamphlet about Youth on Missions, which is coordinated by Harry 
Fowler. Youth groups sign up through Mr. Fowler to go to various places in the United 
States and Canada for mission projects. Mr. Fowler takes care of the lodging, meals, 
etc. with the money from the participants. Associations and churches use these youth 
groups for construction, Backyard Bible Clubs and various ministry projects. It is being 
proposed that Asheville be listed as one of the sites. Dr. Bailey would like to have 
youth on Mission come to Asheville this summer for a week in June. There would be 
about 200 youth who would be here in the Asheville area. The Associational Office 
would coordinate their work in the Asheville area. For example, a church may need 
some type of repair work; these youth (under the supervision of adults) could come 
and work with you for a week. There may be homes in your community in need of 
some repair, etc. Your church may be interested in doing a Backyard Bible Club, or 



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you may need help with Vacation Bible School. There is a need, for instance, at 
Vanderbilt Apartments to help some of the residents who are unable to do major 
cleaning, etc. Churches requesting workers would not necessarily have any financial 
responsibility except the cost of repair material, etc. There is a deadline for our office 
to let them know what projects we have and how many students we could use. 
Norma will be meeting tomorrow (November 8) at the Resource Center with Scott 
Shields and LaCount Anderson about Youth on Missions. A motion was entertained 
and approved to participate in this ministry. (LaCount Anderson was a former staff 
member of First Baptist Weaverville.) 

Susie Black gave the following update on current projects of the Properties Committee 
□ This committee hopes, by then end of this year, to have the bank near the road 

cleared and the ivy removed from the big tree near the building. 
q Plans are also underway to pressure wash the front porch and steps 
o The removal of the three trees leaning on the Gayle Brown Center should be soon 
completed, as well. This will finish up the remaining projects of the Properties 
Committee. Appreciation was expressed for Kim Black and the leadership he has 
provided during his tenure as Chairman of the Properties Committee. 

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned with a closing prayer. 

MESSENGERS REGISTERED AT SPRING MEETING 
Monday, May 16, 2005 
Grace Baptist Church 

ARDEN FIRST: Joe Babb, Stephen Summers 

BEREA: Margaret Tiller, Rev. Johnny Tiller, Roger Autrey, Sharon Autrey, Bruce Hensley, 

Sandy Holt, Diana Slagle, Wayne Young, Nina Young, 

BEVERLY HILLS: Glenn Stroud, Rev. Mike Adcock 

BLACK MOUNTAIN FIRST: Dot Blankenship, Harold Blankenship, Rev. David Rayburn, 

Jennifer Rayburn, Bill Rucker 

BUCKEYE: Rev. Stanley Taylor, Etheline Branch, Kester Branch, Ray Vess, Ola Mae Vess, 

Terry Bryant; Visitors: Gene Carnell, Bobbie Carnell 

CALVARY: Howard Candler 

CHRISTIAN CREEK: Rev. Bob Carter, Evelyn Carter, Ina Owenby 

CUMBERLAND AVENUE: Rev. Earl Jones, Pat Jonesl 

EDGEWOOD: Barbara Banks, Roena Dills, Girline Price, Allen Robinson, Patty Robinson 

EMMA: I Forrest Fox, Rev. Wayne Sorrells, 

EMMA'S GROVE: Rev. Donnie Chapman, Ann Lytle 

ENKA: Rev. Ron Brown, Louise Brown, Carolyn Norvell, Emma Mashburn, Frank Sentelle, 

Lenora Sentelle 

FAIRVIEW: Bud Dotson, Tony Patterson, Martha Patterson 

GRACE: Rev. Wayne Adkisson, Jane Adkisson, Robert Kinser, Cathryn Kinser, Parry 

Rogers, Don Felmet, Barbara Felmet 

GRASSY BRANCH: Rev. Ken Sausedo, Nancy Ingle 

GROVE STONE: Rev. James Lamb 

LIBERTY: Rev. Gene King 

LONG SHOALS: Gary Swanger, Violet Ducker, Rev. Roger Rearden 



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MERRIMON AVENUE: Wade Caldwell, Jerome Heider 

MORGAN HILL: Don Garrison, Margaret Garrison, Richard Morgan, Betty Morgan, Carvel 

Taylor 

MORNINGSIDE: Dr. David Hanson, Monte Hunnicutt 

MOUNT CARMEL: Rev. Ronnie Owen, Rev. Bobby Howard, Rev. Mike Cribbs, Shirley 

Lawson, Lovey Bigham, Mike Bowlin, John Hodges, Lori Brown 

NEWFOUND: Kyle Carver, 

OTEEN: Mae Ammons, Mary Childers, Bill Wooten, Melvin Hare, Barbara Lowman 

POLE CREEK: Rev. Dennis Thurman, Susie Black; Visitor: Aaron Burgnerr 

REED MEMORIAL: Rev. Randy Melton, Norma Melton, Rev. Lester Crayton 

RIDGECREST: Robert Orr, Dene Orr 

SKYLAND FIRST: Rev. Perry Brindley, Delia Brindley, Al Braddock, Dianna Braddock, Keith 

Galyean, Doris Galyean, Kathy Wilson, Brenda Christopher 

STARNES COVE: Nina Fisher, Mark Snyder, Rev. Charlie Sams, Lucille Conard, Ramona 

Lawton, Evelyn Woody, Susie Baker, Dorothy Robinson, Barbara Creasman 

SUNRISE: Rev. Bill Higgins, Jim Parker, Janet Parker, Faye Metcalf, Louise Tallant 

SWANNANOA FIRST: James Thomas, Sr., James Thomas, Jr., David Dobbs 

TRAINITY OF FAIRVIEW: Rev. Steve Harris 

VICTORY: Rev. Larry Sprinkle, Rev. Don Davis, Charles Fore, Verna Fore, Thelma Barnett, 

Jim Stewart, Pam Stewart, Therlow Lanning, Eric Setzer 

WEAVERVILLE FIRST: Wayne Higgins, H. David Miller, Rev. Jim McCoy 

WESTASHEVILLE: Bill Horton 

WOODLAND HILLS: Frank Brewer, Rev. Frank Hopkins, Betty Hopkins, Alice Rose 

126 messengers, 12 visitors registered 



MESSENGERS REGISTERED AT FALL MEETING 
DAY 1, Monday, October 10, 2005 

Arden First Baptist Church 

Day 2, Tuesday, October 11, 2005 

New Life Community Church 

ARDEN FIRST: Rev. Joe Babb, Rev. James Garrison, Rev. Gayle Brown, Stella Brown, 

Larry Carter, Dot Carter, David Brott 

BARNARDSVILLE: Nelle Shuford, Rev. Jim Hooper, Maurice Shuford, Sue Shuford, Mary 

Alice Maney 

BEAVERDAM: Rev. Stan Willet, Michael Large, Ronnie Coats 

BEREA Bruce Fore, A. Joan Fore, 

BETHEL: William M. Bates, Robert Clark, Rev. Harold Savell, 

BEVERLY HILLS: Glenn Stroud, Barbara Wright, Judy Roberts. Jerry Caldwell, Archie 

Pierce 

BILTMORE: Rev. Carl Toth 

BLACK MOUNTAIN FBC: Rev. David Blackburn 

BUCKEYE: Rev. Stanley Taylor, Etheline Branch, Kester Branch, Ray Vess, Ola Mae Vess, 

CALVARY: Howard Candler 

CHRISTIAN CREEK: Rev. Bob Carter, Evelyn Carter, Ina Owenby, Doris Moore, Frank 

Mcintosh 



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CORINTH: Rev. Ricky Townsend, Rex Ingle, Barbara Ingle, 

EDGEWOOD: Rev. Charles Shelton, Shirley Shelton, Allen Robinson, Patty Robinson, 

Girlene Price 

EMMA: Rev. Wayne Sorrells, Forrest Fox, Joy Edwards 

EMMA'S GROVE: Ann Lytle, Sandy Hill, Evelyn Hill, 

ENKA: Rev. Ron Brown, Louise Brown, Carolyn Norvell, Emma Mashbum, Mary Lindsey, 

Anne Hagan 

FAIRVIEW: Rev. Todd Royal, Bill Cooper, Doris Cooper 

FLAT CREEK: Rev. Travis Harrison, Lee Pack, Essie Verner, David S. Roberts, Donald 

Reavis 

FOUNTAIN OF LIFE FIRST HISPANIC BAPTIST CHURCH: Rev. Russell Hilliard 

GLADY: Rev. Charles Sprinkle, David Grindstaff, Charity Grindstaff, Ronald Taylor, Daniel 

Lindsey 

GRACE: Rev. Wayne Adkisson, Cathryn Kinser, Barbara Felmet 

GRASSY BRANCH: Rev. Ken Sausedo, Nancy Ingle, Miriam Porter 

GROVE STONE: Rev. James Lamb, Joyce Lamb 

LAUREL SPRINGS: Rev. Giles E. Robertson 

LONG SHOALS: Rev. Roger Rearden, Joanie Ledford, Florence Owenby, Richard Hayes, 

Earl Lytle 

MERRIMON AVENUE: Ronald Underwood, Frances Underwood 

MORNINGSIDE: Monte Hunnicutt, Hilda Gasperson 

MOUNT CARMEL: Dr. Ronnie Owen, Nancy Owen, Shirley Lawson, Jim Heise, 

MOUNTAIN VIEW: Rev. Kevin Bennett, Rick Patton, Rick Harwood, Evelyn Harwood, Dave 

Foraker, Cathy Foraker, Don Collins 

NEW LIBERTY: Rev. Garry Rogers 

NEW LIFE COMMUNITY: Dr. Steve Harris, 

NEW MORGAN HILL: Mary Roberts, Charles Ledford 

NEWBRIDGE: Rev. Clark Henderson 

OAKLEY: Lucille Lawrence, Dan Anderson, Annette Anderson, Debra Sprinkle, Brenda 

Brown 

OTEEN: Rev. J. Billy Graham, Anne Graham, Mary Childers, Bill Wooten, Melvin Hare, 

Barbara Lowman; Alternate: Mae Ammons 

POLE CREEK: Rev. Dennis Thurman, Susie Black; Judy Lewis 

REED MEMORIAL: Rev. Randy Melton, Frankie Messer, Rev. Lester Crayton, Veryce 

English; Ruby Bowman Alternate, Wayne Messer 

RIDGECREST: Rev. Bob Blaylock, Freda Blaylock, Roy Bridell, Eleanor Bridell, Louise Sisk 

SKYLAND FIRST: Rev. Perry Brindley, Delia Brindley, Keith Galyean, Doris Galyean, Kathy 

Wilson, Joe Harrell, John Cook, Jane Cook 

SOUTH ASHEVILLE: Rev. John Davis, Robert Hudgins, Charlie Angle; Alternate, Danny 

Dotson, Debra Hudgins, Becky Davis 

STARNES COVE: Rev. Charlie Sams, Nina Fisher, Mark Snyder, Lucille Conard, Pat 

Parker, Susie Baker, Dorothy Robinson, Barbara Creasman 

SUNRISE: Rev. Bill Higgins, Greg Angel 

SWANNANOA FIRST: Edwina Messer, David Dobbs, Connie Gardi, Dr. Lois Ferm 

TRAINITY OF FAIRVIEW: Rev. Stacey Harris 

TURKEY CREEK: Gary Ponder, Beth Ponder; Alternate, Douglas Taylor 

VICTORY: Rev. Larry Sprinkle, Rev. Don Davis, Phyllis Davis, Thelma Barnett, Jim Stewart, 

Pam Stewart, Therlow Lanning, Eric Setzer, Bobby Dale Fisher, Marilyn Fisher 



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WEAVERVILLE FIRST: Rev. Jim McCoy, Wayne Higgins, 

WEST ASHEVILLE: Bill Horton, Rev. Tony Hooper 

WHITE ROCK: Rev. Greg Metcalf, Kay Crowder 

WOODLAND HILLS: Rev. Joe Dillon, Frank Brewer, Rev. Frank Hopkins, Betty Hopkins, J. 

Alpheus Stallings, Martha Stallings 

BBA: Dr. Craig Bailey, Norma Melton 



VISITORS: 

ARDEN FBC: Clyde Reese, Amy Wamsley, Herb Ellis, Nancy Ellis, Nick McCaslin, Mr. and 

Mrs. David Harrell, Eloise Norton, Maida McMahan, Dorothy Brott. David Crow, Tasha Crow, 

Shirley Griffith, Donna Arthur, Tim Shipman, Sherry Shipman, Blondell Mease, Bill Perdue, 

Renee Perdue, Jerry Arney, Dewey & B. Cockman, Ina Harrell, Helen Young, Charles Mease 

BEAVERDAM: Rev. Earl Moseley 

BENT CREEK: Lewis Bailey, Doris Bailey, Dot Farmer 

BEVERLY HILLS: Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Major, Pauline Stroud 

BILTMORE: Lowell Parker, Kathy Parker, Gary Bay, Becky Bay 

BLACK MOUNTAIN FBC: H. L. Blankenship, Dot Blankenship 

BUCKEYE: Hazel Wilkie, Rev. Gene Carnell, Bobbie Carnell 

CORINTH: Jeannette Reynolds, Marsha Ball, Lorene Townsend, Connie Rogers, Johnny 

Rogers, Deborah Peek 

ECCLESIA: Rev. John Thomas, Jerry Dotson, Charlie Jackson, Mike Anderson 

EMMA: June P. Fox, Roger Goforth, Raymond Williams, Virgie Sorrells 

FAIRVIEW: Bud Dotson 

MORGAN HILL: Rev. Judson Rotan, Gwen Rotan 

MORNINGSIDE: Erelene Netherton 

NEW LIFE: Joel Langley 

NEWFOUND: Louise Reel, Larry Sampson 

NORTH POINT: Dr. Gray Little, Bryan Smith 

PLEASANT HILL: Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Honeycutt 

POLE CREEK: Rev. Cecil Fox 

REYNOLDS: Tom Weirs 

TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: Ryan Allison 

VICTORY: Edith Moore, Sandy Sprinkle, Jeanette Radcliff, Elizabeth Myers 

ABCCM: Harriet Williams, Detria Greene 

Progress Baptist Church: Amber McCall 

North Carolina Baptist Foundation: David Webb 

Baptist Children's Homes of North Carolina: Lewis Smith 

BSU at UNCA: David Stone 

Ray Hipps 

14 Praise Team — New Life 

26 choir members — Arden FBC 

56 churches represented, 186 messengers, 6 alternates, 120 visitors -total of 312 
messengers. 



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ASSOCIATIONAL BUDGET 2006 










2006 






I 














50900 


Ministry Center Payment 








10,900 




506950 


Interest Expense (Mortgage) 








18,000 






] 












TOTAL RESOURCE CENTER PAYMENT 










28,900 


1 1 1 












501 GENERAL ASSOC. STAFF AND LEADERSHIP 












501201 


Evangelism 










1,000 




501202 


Promotion & Publicity 










1,000 




501203 


Assoc. Meeting Expenses 








1,000 




501401 


DoM Salary 










35,858 




501402 


DoM Housing 










25,000 




501403 


DoM Annuity 










2,484 




501404 


DoM Insurance 










5,700 




501407 


Strategy Planning 










100 




501408 


Administrative Support 








600 




501410 


New Church Starts 










16,000 






































TOTAL GENERAL ASSOC. STAFF/LEADERSHIP 








88,742 


I I I I 










502 CHURCH AND COMMUNITY MINISTRIES 














I I 












502100 


CCM Program Expenses 








400 




502102 


Senior Adult Ministry 










300 




502104 


Literacy Missions 










600 




502105 


Angel Tree Ministry 










150 




502109 


Bele Chere Ministry 










300 




502110 


Mountain State Fair Ministry 








3,500 




502112 


Rest Area Ministry 










250 




502113 


Interfaith Ministry 















502114 


Multi-Housing Ministry 








100 




502115 


Summer Student Workers (2) 








5,500 




502116 


Christian Women's Job Corps 








5,200 




502117 


Missions Camp | 








3,600 




502118 


Woman's Missionary Union 








900 




502501 


CCM Director's Salary 








37,358 




502502 


CCM Director's Annuity 








3,736 






































TOTAL CHURCH AND COMMUNITY MINISTRIES 








61,894 


I I I 












504 CONGREGATIONAL DEVELOPMENT 
















I 














504103 


Singles Ministry 















504201 


Sunday School 










900 




504202 


Vacation Bible School 








500 




504203 


Discipleship and Family Ministry 








400 




504204 


Seminary Extension 










i 10 ° 




504206 


Baptist Men's Ministry 










900 




504210 


RA Events (Sailboat, Track, Car) 








500 




504214 


Music and Worship Ministries 








1,800 




504217 


Media Resources 










2,000 






I 












TOTAL CONGRGATIONAL DEVELOPMENT 








7,100 



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ASSOCIATIONAL BUDGET 2006 










2006 


1 1 












506 ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES 
































506292 


Postage 












10,000 




506294 


Office Supplies 










8,000 




506295 


Custodial Supplies 










800 




506296 


Kitchen Supplies 










450 




506298 


Insurance (Liability) 










6,030 




506300 


Utilities (Gas, Phone, Electric, Water) 






17,000 




506302 


Purchase of New Equipment 








2,000 




506303 


Office Maint Contracts 








10,000 




506305 


Contingencies 








1,500 




506306 


Conventions and Conferences 








1,200 




506307 


Printing of Annuals 










700 




506310 


Social Security 










6,364 




506311 


Property Maintenance 










7,000 




506312 


Staff Retreat 















506313 


Misc Expense 















506314 


Staff Travel 










6,000 




506315 


Christmas Bonuses 










800 




506316 


Employee Medical Reimbursements 






1,600 




506320 


Employee Business Expense 








2,000 




506701 


Communication Secretary Salary 








23,986 




506702 


Communication Secretary Annuit 


/ 






2,399 




506804 


Administrative Assistant Salary 








21,735 




506410 


Audit Fees| 










1,200 




506825 


Accounting Contract 










7,620 




506901 


Custodial Contract 










7,000 




506910 


Lawn Care Contract 










7,000 




506430 


Other Contracts (Reserve) 








500 


















TOTAL ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES 










152,884 


1 1 












508 SPECIAL MINISTRIES AND PROJECTS 














| 














508101 


Pastor's Conferences 










500 




508103 


John Hicks Scholarship Fund 








500 




508104 


Baptist Student Union UNCA 








5,200 




508105 


Christian Life and Public Affairs 








300 




508109 


Russell Hilliard Travel Supplement 











508116 


Search Committee Expense 













508117 


Reserve Fund 










6,000 




508120 


Partnership Missions 










4,000 




508140 


Prison Chaplaincy 










500 






CCN Link 

































TOTAL SPECIAL MINISTRIES AND PROJECTS 








17,000 


i | | 












TOTAL BUDGET RECOMMENDATIONS 










356,520 


1 1 













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Accounts 



Buncombe Baptist Association 

Balance Sheet 

Year-to-date, Through December 2005 



Page: 



Assets 



urrent Assets 

001010 - First Citizens Bank 

001014 - Designated Fund 
rotal Current Assets 
urrent Receivables 

001202 - N.C. Sales Tax Refundable 

001205 - Promises to give 
rotal Current Receivables 
ixed Assets 

001430 -Buildings 

001431 -Property 

001432 - Furn/Fix/Equip 

001499 - Accumulated Depreciation 
rotal Fixed Assets 
ther Assets 

00121 1 - Prepaid insurance 
rotal Other Assets 
al Assets 



$42,816.56 
$46,599.29 



$1,841.37 
$12,802.01 



$710,050.50 

$75,728.00 

$78,511.27 

($275,566.08) 



$3,546.54 



$89,415.85 



$14,643.38 



$588,723.69 



$3,546.54 



$696,329.46 



Liabilities, Fund Principal, & Restricted Funds 



ABILITIES 
urrent Liabilities 

002001 - Accounts payable 

002101 - AFLAC Inusrance Withhold 

002102 - Annuity Withholding 

002103 - Annuity Board Ins. Withho 

002104 - Federal Tax Withholding 

0021 06 - F1CA Tax/Employee 

002107 - FICA Tax/Employer 

002108 - State Tax Withholding 

0021 1 1 - First Citizen Mortgage 

0021 12 - Lease payable 
rotal Current Liabilities 
>tal LIABILITIES 

ND PRINCIPAL 

002250 - Excess Cash/Equity 

Excess Cash Received 
Total Fund Principal and Excess Cash Received 
itricted Funds 

Total Temporarily Restricted 

Total Permanently Restricted 
Total Restricted Funds 
ial Liabilities, Fund Principal, & Restricted Funds 



($826.37) 
$59.74 

$1,074.42 
$425.50 
$997.84 
$540.43 
$540.43 
$330.00 
$181,261.31 

$1,440.16 





$185,843.46 


5471,129.18 
($6,806.10) 


$185,843.46 


$46,162.92 
$0.00 


$464,323.08 




$46,162.92 




$696,329.46 



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ASSOC. GENERAL FUND 

Year-to-date, Through December 2005 



Page: 



MTD Actual YTD Actual YTD Budget Annual Budget Annual 
(This Year) (This Year) (This Year) (This Year) Budget/Actual 

(This Year) 



EXPENSES 
Gen Association Staff/Leader. 

501201 - Evangelism 

501202 - Promotion & Publicity 

501203 - Association Meeting Expenses 

501407 - Assoc. Strategy Planning 

501408 - Administrative Support 
501410 - New Church Starts 

DOM Salary and Expenses 
501401 - D. O. M. Salary 
501402 -Housing 
501403 -Annuity 
501404 - Insurance 
Total DOM Salary and Expenses 
Total Gen Association Staff/Leader. 
Church/Community Missions 

502100 - CCM Program Expense 
502102 - Senior Adult Ministries 

502104 - Literacy Missions 

502105 - Angel Tree Ministry 
502109 - Bele Chere Ministries 
5021 10 -Fair Ministries 

5021 12 - Rest Area Ministries 

502 1 1 3 - Interfaith Ministries 

5021 14 - Multi Family Housing 

5021 15 - Student Summer Worker 

5021 16 - Christian Women Job Corp 

5021 17 - Missions Camp 

5021 18 - Womans Missionary Union 
CCM Director Salary/Expenses 

502501 - CCM Director/Salary 

502502 - Annuity 

Total CCM Director Salary /Expenses 
Total Church/Community Missions 
Church Development 

504103 -Singles Ministry 

504201 - Sunday School 

504202 - Vacation Bible School 

504203 - Discp. & Family Ministry 
504206 - Brotherhood/Bapt. Men 

504210 -RA Track 

50421 1 - RA Car Competition 
504214- Music 

5042 1 7 - Media Resources 
Total Church Development 
Administrative Expenses 
506292 - Postage 
506294 - Office Supplies 



$0.00 


$137.80 


$1,000.00 


$1,000.00 


($862.20) 


$0.00 


$49.50 


$1,500.00 


$1,500.00 


($1,450.50) 


$0.00 


$869.08 


$1,000.00 


$1,000.00 


($130.92) 


$0.00 


$0.00 


$100.00 


$100.00 


($100.00) 


$0.00 


$45.66 


$600.00 


$600.00 


($554.34) 


$400.00 


$5,200.00 


$3,600.00 


$3,600.00 


$1,600.00 


$2,422.00 


$30,036.54 


$31,607.00 


$31,607.00 


($1,570.46) 


$2,500.00 


$14,500.08 


$14,000.00 


$14,000.00 


$500.08 


$200.00 


$1,800.00 


$4,560.00 


$4,560.00 


($2,760.00) 


$0.00 


$3,126.00 


$12,000.00 


$12,000.00 


($8,874.00) 


$5,122.00 


$49,462.62 


$62,167.00 


$62,167.00 


($12,704.38) 


$5,522.00 


$55,764,66 


$69,967.00 


$69,967.00 


($14,202.34) 


$0.00 


$228.12 


$400.00 


$400.00 


($171.88) 


$709.27 


$439.26 


$300.00 


$300.00 


$139.26 


$0.00 


$285.83 


$600.00 


$600.00 


($314.17) 


$0.00 


$0.00 


$150.00 


$150.00 


($150.00) 


$0.00 


$68.00 


$300.00 


$300.00 


($232.00) 


$291.63 


$3,500.00 


$3,500.00 


$3,500.00 


$0.00 


$0.00 


$74.29 


$250.00 


$250.00 


($175.71) 


$0.00 


$0.00 


$200.00 


$200.00 


($200.00) 


$0.00 


$0.00 


$100.00 


$100.00 


($100.00) 


$0.00 


$5,000.00 


$5,000.00 


$5,000.00 


$0.00 


$333.34 


$4,284.41 


$5,200.00 


$5,200.00 


($915.59) 


($605.00) 


$3,151.91 


$3,600.00 


$3,600.00 


($448.09) 


$0.00 


$823.24 


$850.00 


$850.00 


($26.76) 


$3,007.92 


$34,631.04 


$36,095.00 


$36,095.00 


($1,463.96) 


$300.76 


$3,610.00 


$3,610.00 


$3,610.00 


$0.00 


$3,308.68 


$38,241.04 


$39,705.00 


$39,705.00 


($1,463.96) 


$4,037.92 


$56,096.10 


$60,155.00 


$60,155.00 


($4,058.90) 


$0.00 


$0.00 


$250.00 


$250.00 


($250.00) 


$0.00 


$34.75 


$900.00 


$900.00 


($865.25) 


$0.00 


$486.45 


$500.00 


$500.00 


($13.55) 


$0.00 


$138.98 


$400.00 


$400.00 


($261.02) 


$0.00 


$0.00 


$1,000.00 


$1,000.00 


($1,000.00) 


$0.00 


$240.18 


$500.00 


$500.00 


($259.82) 


$0.00 


($91.20) 


$0.00 


$0.00 


($91.20) 


$0.00 


$1,035.62 


$3,000.00 


$3,000.00 


($1,964.38) 


$0.00 


$1,646.70 


$2,000.00 


$2,000.00 


($353.30) 


$0.00 


$3,491.48 


$8,550.00 


$8,550.00 


($5,058.52) 


$150.00 


$8,282.07 


$8,000.00 


$8,000.00 


$282.07 


$18.80 


$5,499.52 


$8,000.00 


$8,000.00 


($2,500.48) 



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Buncombe Baptist Association 

Analysis of Revenues & Expenses 

ASSOC. GENERAL FUND 

Year-to-date, Through December 2005 



Page: 



MTD Actual YTD Actual YTD Budget Annual Budget Annual 
(This Year) (This Year) (This Year) (This Year) Budget/Actual 

(This Year) 



506295 - Custodial Kitchen Supp. 

506296 - Kitchen Supplies 
506298 - Insurance (Liability) 
506300 - Electric Service 

506302 - Equipment Lease/Purchase 

506303 - Off. Equip. Pur/Maint 

506304 - Monthly Mailing 

506305 - Contingency Fund 

506306 - Conventions 

506307 - Printing of Annuals 
50631 1 - BLDO/Property Maint 
506312 -Staff Retreat 

506313 - Miscellaneous Expense 
506314 -StaffTravel 

506315 - Christmas Bonus 

506316 - Employee Medical Reimb. 
506320 - Staff Business Expenses 
506332 - Telephone 

506334 - Gas Service 
506336 - Other Utilities 
506410- Audit Fees 
506430 - Other Contracts 
506910 -Lawn Care 
506950 - Interest Expense - Mort. 
Administrative Staff Expenses 
506310 -Social Security 

506701 - Secretary/Recept Salary 

506702 - Secretay/Recpt. Annuity 
506804 - Staff Secretary 
506825 - Contract Accounting 
506901 - Custodian Salary 

Total Administrative Staff Expenses 
Total Administrative Expenses 
Special Ministry and Projects 
508101 - Pastors Seminar 

508103 - John G. Hicks Scholarship 

508104 - Baptist Student Union 

508105 - Christian Life/Pub.Affair 
508109 - R. Hilliard Travel Supp. 
5081 16 - Search Comm. Expenses 
5081 17 -Reserve Fund 

508120 - Partnership Missions 
508140- Prison Chapliancy 
508160 -CCN Link 
Total Special Ministry and Projects 
Interim DOM Salary 

501801 - DOM Interim Salary 

501802 - Interim DOM Annuity 



$138.00 


$374.16 


$800.00 


$800.00 


($425.84) 


$8.28 


$439.03 


$450.00 


$450.00 


($10.97) 


$0.00 


$9,483.00 


$0.00 


$0.00 


$9,483.00 


$298.45 


$4,608.47 


$4,100.00 


$4,100.00 


$508.47 


$116.20 


$6,571.76 


$4,500.00 


$4,500.00 


$2,07176 


$3,125.79 


$8,170.79 


$10,000.00 


$10,000.00 


($1,829.21) 


$0.00 


$56.80 


$0.00 


$0.00 


$56.80 


($58.00) 


$373.86 


$1,000.00 


$1,000.00 


($626.14) 


$388.69 


$831.17 


$1,600.00 


$1,600.00 


($768.83) 


($6.00) 


$940.20 


$700.00 


$700.00 


$240.20 


$580.62 


$5,661.21 


$7,000.00 


$7,000.00 


($1,338.79) 


$0.00 


$0.00 


$600.00 


$600.00 


($600.00) 


$152.84 


$413.23 


$500.00 


$500.00 


($86.77) 


$387.03 


$6,497.86 


$4,500.00 


$4,500.00 


$1,997.86 


$550.00 


$55000 


$550.00 


$550.00 


$0 00 


$0.00 


$1,479.40 


$1,600.00 


$1,600.00 


($120.60) 


$125.40 


$1,339.73 


$1,000.00 


$1,000.00 


$339.73 


$683.57 


$4,286.55 


$6,000.00 


$6,000.00 


($1,713.45) 


$1,616.73 


$5,768.39 


$4,500.00 


$4,500.00 


$1,268.39 


$60.23 


$399.06 


$500.00 


$500.00 


($100.94) 


$0.00 


$4,500.00 


$1,500.00 


$1,500.00 


$3,000.00 


$0.00 


$0.00 


$500.00 


$500.00 


($500.00) 


$315.00 


$6,356.00 


$7,000.00 


$7,000.00 


($644.00) 


$0.00 


$8,572.31 


$28,900.00 


$28,900.00 


($20,327.69) 


$540.43 


$6,636.29 


$6,200.00 


$6,200.00 


$436.29 


$1,931.26 


$23,175.12 


$23,175.00 


$23,175.00 


$0.12 


$193.16 


$2,317.92 


$2,318.00 


$2,318.00 


($0.08) 


$1,750.00 


$21,000.00 


$21,000.00 


$21,000.00 


$0.00 


$670.00 


$8,040.00 


$7,620.00 


$7,620.00 


$420.00 


$583.34 


$7,000.08 


$7,000.00 


$7,000.00 


$0.08 


$5,668.19 


$68,169.41 


$67,313.00 


$67,313.00 


$856.41 


$14,319.82 


$159,623.98 


$171,113.00 


$171,113.00 


($11,489.02) 


$27.35 


$377.01 


$500.00 


$500.00 


($122.99) 


$0.00 


$500.00 


$500.00 


$500.00 


$0.00 


$433.34 


$5,200.08 


$5,200.00 


$5,200.00 


$0.08 


$39.00 


$253.50 


$300.00 


$300.00 


($46.50) 


$50.00 


$600.00 


$600.00 


$600.00 


$0.00 


$0.00 


$253.21 


$3,000.00 


$3,000.00 


($2,746.79) 


$500.00 


$6,000.00 


$6,000.00 


$6,000.00 


$0.00 


$1,000.00 


$1,000.00 


$2,000.00 


$2,000.00 


($1,000.00) 


$500.00 


$500.00 


$500.00 


$500.00 


$0.00 


$0.00 


$0.00 


$2,000.00 


$2,000.00 


($2,000.00) 


$2,549.69 


$14,683.80 


$20,600.00 


$20,600.00 


($5,916.20) 


$0.00 


$1,725.11 


$0.00 


$0.00 


$1,725.11 


$0.00 


$7,652.26 


$0.00 


$0.00 


$7,652.26 



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Total Interim DOM Salary 
Total EXPENSES 



Buncombe Baptist Association 

Analysis of Revenues & Expenses 

ASSOC. GENERAL FUND 

Year-to-date, Through December 2005 



Page: 



MTD Actual YTD Actual YTD Budget Annual Budget Annual 
(This Year) (This Year) (This Year) (This Year) Budget/Actual 

(This Year) 



$0.00 



$9,377.37 



$0.00 



$0.00 



$9,377.37 



$26,429.43 $299,037.39 $330,385.00 $330,385.00 ($31,347.61) 

Net Total $1,662.92 ($6,806.10) $0.00 $0.00 ($6,806.10) 



Buncombe Baptist Association 

Summarized Analysis of Revenues & Expenses 

Totals as of 12/31/05 













Percent of 






YTD 


Annual 


Budget 


Budget Used 






Actual 


Budget 


Remaining 


YTD 


Revenues: 












4010 


Regular Budget 


291284.78' 


330385.00 


(39100.22) 


88.17 


4020 


Interest Income 


31.51 


0.00 


31.51 




4025 


Facility Use 


515.00 


0.00 


515.00 




4045 


Equipment Rental 
;nues 


400.00 


0.00 


400.00 




Total Rev 


292231.29 


330385.00 


(38153.71) 


88 45 


Expenses: 













Total Gen. Assoc. Staff/Leadership 
Total Church/Community Missions 
Total Church Development 
Total Administrative Expenses 
Total Special Min. and Projects 
Interim DOM 

Total Expenses 

Net Totals 



55764.66 


69967.00 


(14202.34) 


79.70 


56096.10 


60155.00 


(4058.90) 


93.25 


3491.48 


8550.00 


(5058.52) 


40.84 


159623.98 


171113.00 


(11489.02) 


93.29 


14683.80 


20600.00 


(5916 20) 


71.28 


9377.37 








299037.39 


330385.00 


(40724.98) 


90.51 








(6806.10) 


0.00 





Cash Position At 12/31/05 



First Citizens Checking 
Designated Accounts Checking 

Total 



42,816.56 
46,599.29 

89,415.85 



Gayle D. Brown Ministry Center Debt Balance at 12/31/05 181,261.31 



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Budget Receipts from Churches 
January-December 2005 

MONTH YTP 

Antioch .00 500.00 

Arden FBC 940.44 14,193.23 

Asheville FBC .00 .00 

Bald Mountain .00 1,775.08 

Barnardsville 989. 38 3,656.43 

Beaverdam 334.71 4,542.29 

Bent Creek- 65.38 941.56 

Berea 1,200.00 2,450.00 

Bethel .00 2,514.00 

Beverly Hills 528.01 7,941.56 

Biltmore 2,000.00 27,000.00 

Black Mountain FBC .00 1,184.77 

Brown's Chapel .00 .00 

Buckeye .00 4,221.25 

Calvary - — 80.00 647.02 

Christian Creek .00 480.00 

Clear Branch - — - .00 .00 

Corinth 100.00 400.00 

Cumberland Avenue 100.00 1,300.00 

Deaverview .00 6,051 .73 

Edgewood .00 2,140.76 

Ecclesia 1,200.00 2,200.00 

Emma .00 --51.68 

Emma's Grove .00 3,493.72 

Enka 378.46 2,286.03 

Erwin Hills .00 .00 

Fairview 771.60 5,035.92 

Flat Creek .00 2,000.00 

Fountain of Life .00 400.30 

Freedom .00 1,452.05 

Friendship .00 2,400.00 

Gashes Creek .00 .00 

Glady 100.00 1,000.00 

Grace .00 6,302.78 

Grace and Knowledge 143.45 993.66 

Grassy Branch 896.00 3,271.00 

Grove Stone 448.70 3,537. 19 

Hominy- 37.93 455.16 

Iglesia Communidad Familiar .00 290.20 

Inanda 2,249.00 4,429.00 

Ivy Creek .00 .00 

Kerlee .00 .00 



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Budget Receipts from Churches 

January-December 2005 

(Page 2) 

MONTH YTD 

Lakewood 50.00 200.00 

Liberty 129.84 1,980.00 

Long Shoals .00 2,122.03 

Macedonia .00 82.25 

Maple Ridge .00 .00 

Merrimon Avenue .00 7,253.00 

Morgan Hill - 250.00 1,000.00 

Morningside 163.28 1,803.66 

Mount Carmel 600.00 7,817.70 

Mount Olive 50.00 600.00 

Mountain View .00 3,049.99 

New Liberty .00 .00 

New Life Community 250.00 3,215.78 

New Morgan Hill - 286.37 3,736.25 

New Salem .00 300.00 

Newbridge 1,800.00 7,300.00 

Newfound 1,000.00 — 4,050.00 

North Point .00 .00 

Oak Grove .00 174.86 

Oakley — .00 2,200.00 

Oteen .00 2,448.00 

Pine Burr Park .00 168.00 

Pine Forest .00 .00 

Pleasant Hill 100.00 1,200.00 

Pole Creek 2,583.31 37,342.87 

Reed Memorial .00 3,196. 16 

Reynolds — .00 2,600.00 

Ridgecrest -- .00 1,254.88 

Ridgeway 260.00 3,120.00 

Riverside .00 .00 

Sand Hill .00 - .00 

Skyland .00 2,822.08 

South Asheville .00 500.00 

South Buncombe 44.50 791.48 

Starnes Cove .00 4,769.75 

Sulphur Springs Park .00 .00 

Sunrise .00 3,500.00 

Swannanoa FBC 650.00 7,800.00 

The Celebration Church 281.25 1,125.00 

Trinity of Fairview .00 3,016.42 

Turkey Creek .00 2,700.00 

Victory 514.13 6,169.50 



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Budget Receipts from Churches 

January-December 2005 

(Page 3) 

MONTH YTD 

Weaverville FBC .00 4,329.00 

West Asheville .00 8,000.00 

Westwood 100.00 1,350.00 

White Rock .00 504.00 

Wilkey .00 .00 

Woodland Hills 6,200.90 17,372.95 

Zion Hill 200.00 500.00 

GRAND TOTALS $28,076.64 $285,003.98 



Change YOlir World. . . Resource Church Vision 

May 21-28, 2006 Associational Emphasis Week 

The most powerful force on earth is the life-changing message of Jesus Christ proclaimed by the 

Bride of Christ. The local Southern Baptist Association is poised to resource the church in a 
multitude of ways to help it fulfill the Great Commission. As on mission churches are faithful to 
their calling and as associations join hands with them lives will be touched and our world will be 

changed by the power of God. 




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BurLgson £vRley £rKeeL, pLLc 

Certified Public Accountants 
Accountants' Report 



To the Finance Committee 
Buncombe Baptist Association 
Asheville, North Carolina 

We have audited the accompanying statement of financial position of Buncombe Baptist 
Association (a non-profit organization) as of December 31, 2004, and the related statements of 
activites, functional expenses, and cash flows for the year then ended. These financial statments 
are the responsibility of the Assocation's management. Our resposibility is to express an opinion 
on these financial statements based on our audit. 

We conducted our audit in accordance with auditing standards generally accepted in the United 
States of America. Those standards require that we plan and perform the audit to obtain 
reasonable assurance about whether the financial statements are free of material misstatement. 
An audit includes examining, on a test basis, evidence supporting the amounts and disclosures in 
the financial statements. An audit also includes assessing the accounting principles used and 
significant estimates made by management, as well as evaluating the overall financial statement 
presentation. We believe that our audit provides a reasonable basis for our opinion. 

In our opinion, the financial statements referred to above present fairly, in all material respects, 
the financial position of Buncombe Baptist Association as of December 31, 2004, and the 
changes in its net assets and its cash flows for the year then ended in conformity with accounting 
principles generally accepted in the United States of America. 

Burleson, Earley & Keel, pile 
Certified Public Accountants 
May 31, 2005 



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IN MEMORIAM 



ARDEN FIRST 

Daphne Capps 
Virginia Green 
Keith Hunter 
John King 
Grace Lackey 
Coleen Lance 
Ruth Peeples 
Grady Pinkerton 
Mabel Russell 

BARNARDSVILLE 

Julia H. Harris 

BEAVERDAM 

Ray Dodge 
Bruce Henderson 
Guy McKenzie 
Paul McMahan 
Ada Walker 

BENT CREEK 

Charles Blankenship 
Ethel Hipps 
Katherine Horton 
Gladys Proffitt 
Patricia White 
James B. Whiteside 

BEREA 

Faye Breedlove 
Lee Roy Brown 
Zack Davis 
Edward Green 
Chris Mahoney 
Loretta McKinney 
Joe Shope 

BETHEL 

Winston Ard 



BEVERLY HILLS 

Pat Brinkley 
Eleanor C. Brown 
Julia B. Brown 
Earl L Carson, Jr. 
William Dale 
Lauretta Head 
Kenneth E. Lipe 
Billy L. Ownbey 
James L. Wright 

BILTMORE 

Frederick Cloos 
Gladys Edwards 
Lewis Flynn 
Victoria Graham 
Flora Jennings 
Alma Ledford 
Lee Malcomb 
Gladine Reneau 
Marie Roland 
Mark Sawyer 
Vernice Stansell 
Juanita Stubblefield 
Jill Waddell 

BLACK MOUNTAIN FIRST 

Brenda Barker 
Mabel Boulet 
Margaret Gardner 
Rev. Lewis Gibson 
Beatrice Glover 
Durham Hoyle 
Cindy Ladner 
Bill Reynolds 
Margaret Ricketts 
Margaret Steele 
Alma Williams 
Clarence Wilson 



109 



BUCKEYE 

John Lingerfeld 
Gary McPherson 
Flora Pruett 
Jimmy Silver 

CORINTH 

Leona Buckner 
Maggie Ingle 
Vera Parrot 
Madeline Russ 

CUMBERLAND AVENUE 

Tommy Carver 
Jennie Hood 

EDGEWOOD 

Joe Fender 
Leonard Hawkins 
Ira Wiggins 



EMMA 



Robert Netherton 



GASHES CREEK 

Ernest Campbell 
Irene Hartley 
Lucy Reed 

GLADY 

Jack Baker 
Ethel Salters 

GRACE 

Dale Ammons 
Walter Austin 
Teresa Childress 
Helen Dalton 
Dee Foreman 
Paul Ingle 
Eldon Moore 
Marie Prichard 
Leila Rector 

GRASSY BRANCH 

Imogene Stroupe 
Lee Wright 



EMMA'S GROVE 

Julian Lanning 
Robert Lytle 
Adelaide Lytle 
Robert Merrill 
Robert Shuford 



ENKA 



Charles Roberts 
Rhobena Smathers 
Mildred Spain 
Boone Williamson 



LIBERTY 

Charles Huffman 
DeNeale Kiser 
A. Clay Lance 
Lois Woods 

LONG SHOALS 

Betty Clark 
Bill Corn 
Eugene Ducker 
Lois Dumas 
Cheryl Nybro 



FAIRVIEW 

Tony Capuzano 
Mary Wells 

FLAT CREEK 

Bonnie Garrison 



MACEDONIA 

Margaret Jones 

Delores (Dodie) S. Sprinkle 



110 



MERRIMON AVENUE 
Ed Carter 
Lona Edwards 
Ray Green 
Bill Hardy 
Faye Johnson 
Arnold Kemp 
Sam Kerley 
Etta Long 
Nell Mitchell 
Roy Riddle 
Peggy Taylor 
Nina Walsh 
Pauline West 

MORNINGSIDE 

John D. Burton 
Pat Chambers 
Joan Dees 
Margaret Diaz 
Patsy Jo Foster 
Alan Green 
Minnie Ingram 
Nola Morelock 
Mary Francis Penland 

MOUNT CARMEL 

Thelma Cunningham 
Ralph Hunter 
Pam Stanfield 

NEWBRIDGE 

Julia Mae Fisher 
Hettie Forbes 
Lucille Hensley 
Ray Lawing 
Berrtha Metcalf 
Willie Pritchard 
Evelyn White 

NEWFOUND 

Cecil Case 
Hazel Cook 
Genevieve Sluder 



OAKLEY 

Jack Capps 
Jesse Childers 
Cynthia Edenfield 
Phillip Hendricks 
Rose Pierce 
Helen Silvey 

OTEEN 

Grace Brigman 
Jack Crow 
Pat Dalton 
Chester Ensley 
Barney Gray 
Judy Manning 

PLEASANT HILL 

Bobbie Ball 
Robert Barnes 
Dorothy Lawrence 
Helen Wells Rice 
Maxine Young 

POLE CREEK 

Carey Aiken 
Everette Brinkley 
Serptha McFee 
Myra Newsome 
Reba Pierson 
Lucille Rogers 

RIDGECREST 

James Allison 
Fred Cline 
George Jones 
Earl Suiter 

RIDGEWAY 

James Bryan 
Vivelene Burnette 
Anthony Capps 
Eula Devlin 
Joseph Embler 
Vera Fulcher 



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Lena Moore Bruce Fan- 
Ronald Smith Oliver Gragg 
Harry Stroupe Pauline Gragg 
Lois Stroupe Larry Hipp 

Nell Martin 

SKYLAND FIRST Selma Rector 

Al Crosby Steve Sawyer 

Carl Finley Annie Sims 

ther Moore Joseph Taylor 

SOUTH ASHEVILLE TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW 

Alyne Bailey Randy Lyles 

STARNES COVE VICTORY 

Otelia Burrell Calvin Davis 

Marty Daniel Harold DeBruhl 

Connie Griffin Mildred Herron 

Helen Lee Ruth Sanders 

Johnnie McCosker Geneva Smith 
Callie Shaft 

Helen Wells WEAVERVILLE FBC 

Atlas Angel 

SUNRISE Ruby Benfield 

Vonnie Bell Richard Brown 

Lula Brown Blanche Browning 

June Haynes Genevieve Clay 

Sue Lillard Wayne Edwards 

Anna McKinney Carl Gentry 

Georgia Price Marie Jamerson 

Beula Wilson Movaline Kent 

Iretha Wilson John Ray 

Doris Riddle 

SWANNANOA Lillian Ward 
Annie Ballard 

Troy Buchanan ZION HILL 

Mary Burleson Lois Meadows 

Ida Eller Delia Sluder 
Rev. Hatcher Elliott 



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BUNCOMBE BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
CONSTITUTION 

PREAMBLE 

We the members of missionary Baptist Churches in the County of Buncombe, State of 
North Carolina, and territory adjacent hereto, do hereby propose to establish and 
maintain the principles and rules of order of a district association in conformity to the 
following plan: 

ARTICLE l-NAME 

The name of this body shall be the Buncombe Baptist Association, Inc., hereinafter 
referred to as the Association. 

ARTICLE ll-PURPOSE 



The purpose of the Buncombe Baptist Association is to partner with congregations in 
missions and ministry and to foster fellowship among the churches. 



ARTICLE lll-MEMBERSHIP 

SECTION 1 . The Association shall be composed of cooperating Baptist Churches in the 
area of the Association. A cooperating church is defined as: 

(1 ) A church that contributes regularly to the support of missions through the 
Association budget. 

(2) A church that send messengers to the Association's general sessions. 

A church that supports the missions efforts and activities of the 
Association. 

(4) A church that makes an annual report to the Association as requested by 
the Association. 



SECTION 2. Churches desiring membership in the Association shall petition through 
the Membership Committee. Any church requesting membership shall attach to their 
petition for membership a copy of their Articles of Faith and/or Church Covenant. The 
Membership Committee shall interview key church leaders and examine the church's 
operating documents in light of the scriptures and then make a recommendation to the 
Association regarding the church's request for admission. The Association is an 
autonomous body, and shall determine its own membership by vote in its general 
sessions. If the requesting church is recommended by the Membership Committee and 
accepted by the Association, the congregation shall come under the watch care of the 



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Association for one year with all the benefits of membership except the right to vote in 
sessions or to hold corporate office. At the end of one year, upon further 
recommendation by the Membership Committee, the church shall be granted full 
membership by affirmative vote of the Association. The Association may receive 
churches or reject churches in accordance with its Constitution and Bylaws. Churches 
may also voluntarily withdraw from the Association. 



ARTICLE IV-MEETINGS 

SECTION 1 : The Association shall meet two times per year at times chosen by the 
Association at its fall meeting. 

SECTION 2: Special meetings may be called by the Moderator or the Leadership 
Council provided two weeks' notice is given to all the member churches. 

SECTION 3: Each church may select a minimum of (3) three messengers to the 
Association's general sessions. When feasible, the senior pastor of each church shall 
serve as one of these messengers. Each church may select one additional messenger 
for every fifty resident members, with the total number of messengers from a church not 
to exceed (10) ten. Messengers in attendance shall constitute the voting body when the 
Association is in session. A quorum shall consist of the messengers present and voting 
at the Association's general or called meetings. 

SECTION 4: In addition to the church's messengers named in Section 3, the officers 
and staff directors of the Association shall also serve as messengers of the Association. 

ARTICLE V-AUTHORITY 



Each church in this Association is independent and sovereign in its own affairs. The 
Association has no authority over the churches. 



ARTICLE VI-OFFICERS AND THEIR ELECTION 



SECTION 1. The officers of the Association shall be Moderator, Vice-Moderator, Clerk 
and Treasurer. 

SECTION 2. The officers shall be elected on the last day of the fall meeting. The term 
of office shall extend through the next fall meeting. 

SECTION 3. The Moderator shall be elected to serve no more than two consecutive 
terms. 



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ARTICLE VII-CORPORATE OFFICERS OF THE ASSOCIATON 

SECTION 1. The officers of the Corporation (Buncombe Baptist Association, Inc.) shall 
be President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer. The titles of the corporation 
officers shall correspond as follows: President-Moderator, Vice-President- Vice 
Moderator; Secretary-Director of Missions and Treasurer-Treasurer of the Association. 

SECTION 2. The officers of the corporation shall handle all legal matters of the 
Association under the direction of the Association or its Leadership Council. 

ARTICLE VIII-THE LEADERSHIP COUNCIL 



SECTION 1 . The Leadership Council shall be composed of the Officers of the 
Association, the Association staff directors, leaders of each of the Missions or Ministry 
Groups and Teams, Ministry Consultants, the Chairs of Administrative Team 
Committees, and the Presidents of the Ministers' Conferences. 

SECTION 2. The Leadership Council shall have the authority to act for the Association 
between its regular sessions, except as limited by the Constitution and Bylaws. The 
Council shall meet regularly at times appointed by the Association or by the Council. 
The Moderator, who shall be the presiding officer at the meetings of the Council, may 
call the Council into special session. 



ARTICLE IX-THE MISSIONS GROUP 

SECTION 1. The Missions Group shall consist of the Associational Staff Directors, the 
WMU Director, the Baptist Men's Director, each of the Associational mission project 
team leaders and the chair of the following committees: Evangelism, Church Planting, 
and Membership. Additional members may be added to the team as needed. The 
Director of Missions shall chair the Missions Group. 

SECTION 2. The Missions Group shall be responsible for developing, implementing 
and evaluating the missions strategies of the Association, promoting missions education 
in the Association, and coordinating the mission projects of the Association. 

SECTION 3. The Missions Group shall meet as needed to accomplish its work and 
shall report to the Leadership Council and the Association when these bodies meet in 
regularly scheduled sessions. 

ARTICLE X-THE CHURCH MINISTRIES GROUP 



SECTION 1 . The Church Ministries Group shall be composed of the Association Staff 
Directors, the Sunday School Team Leader, the Discipleship and Family Ministry 



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Coordinator, the Music and Worship Team Leader, the Student Ministry Consultant, the 
Media Consultant, the Vacation Bible School Director, the Continuing Education 
Coordinator, the Senior Adult Ministry Coordinator, and the Christian Life/Public Affairs 
Consultant. Additional members shall be added to the team as needed. The Director of 
Missions shall chair the Ministries Group. 

SECTION 2. The Church Ministries Group shall coordinate the Christian education and 
worship ministries of the Association, provide leadership and educational resources for 
congregations; enlist and train consultants to assist churches in ministries and 
programs; plan and conduct the Association's leadership training events, and partner 
with churches in the development of ministries within the congregations and within the 
Association. 

SECTION 3. The Church Ministries Group shall meet as needed to accomplish its work; 
and shall report to the Leadership Council and the Association when these bodies meet 
in regularly scheduled sessions. 



ARTICLE XI-THE ADMINISTRATIVE GROUP 

SECTION 1 . The Administrative Group shall be composed of the corporate officers, the 
Association staff directors, committees, and additional committees or teams as may be 
named by the Association. 

SECTION 2. The duties of the Administrative group shall be defined by the Association; 
and delineated in a manual of policies and procedures. 

SECTION 3. The Association shall have the following committees with their terms of 
office being from the close of the fall meeting of the Association through the following 
fall meeting of the Association. 

A. The following committees and their chairpersons shall be 
nominated by the Nominating Committee and elected by the 
Association in the fall meeting of the Association: Budget and 
Finance, Properties, Planning, Personnel, and Constitution. 

B. The Order of Business Committee shall be appointed annually by 
the Moderator. 

C. The Nominating Committee shall be nominated by the Moderator 
and elected by the Association. 

D. Elected committee members shall be chosen annually and shall 
generally serve no longer than four consecutive years. Appointed 
committee members shall serve for one year. 

SESCTION 4. The Association may appoint additional teams, councils or committees as 
needed to carry out its work. Duties of these teams, councils and committees may be 
spelled out in the Association's Manual of Policies and Procedures. 



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ARTICLE XII-AMENDMENTS 



Amendments to this constitution may be made at a general session of the Association 
upon an affirmative vote of two-thirds of the voting members present. Proposed 
amendments shall be presented in writing to the Constitution Committee at least sixty 
days prior to a general session of the Association. Written notice of a vote on 
constitutional changes must be given at least three weeks prior to a general session of 
the Association. Proposed changes shall be presented to the Association on the first 
day of a general meeting; and voted upon by the Association on the second day of a 
general session, by a standing vote. 

BYLAWS 

BYLAW I 
PARLIAMENTARY RULES 

Robert's Rules of Order; latest Revised Edition; shall govern the Association meetings 
unless prescribed otherwise by the Association. 



BYLAW II 
ASSOCIATIONAL YEAR 

The Associational year shall begin July 1 and close June 30. 

BYLAW III 
DUTIES OF ASSOCIATIONAL OFFICERS 

SECTION 1. The Moderator shall preside over the meetings of the Association and 
Leadership Council according to the Constitution and Bylaws, nominate the Nominating 
Committee, appoint the Order of Business Committee, and Chair the Personnel 
Committee. The Moderator shall be an ex officio member of other committees and 
teams, serving as needed. 

SECTION 2. The Vice-Moderator shall preside at Associational and Leadership Council 
meetings in the absence of or at the request of the Moderator and perform other duties 
as requested by the Moderator or the Association. 

SECTION 3. The Clerk shall send annual report forms to the member churches at least 
one month before the Association's fall meeting; distribute copies of the digest of these 
reports at the fall meeting; make accurate record of the proceedings of the Association; 
supervise the printing and distribution of the Minutes and the Association's annual 
report; keep on file copies of the Minutes and other documents of the Association; and 
also serve as secretary to the Leadership Council. 



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SECTION 4. The Treasurer shall receive and disburse all funds of the Association in 
accordance with the directives of the Association; provide an accurate report of receipts 
and disbursements to the Association; keep financial records updated and available for 
examination; and submit financial records for annual audit at the end of each calendar 
year. 

BYLAW IV 
DUTIES OF OTHER ASSOCIATIONAL LEADERS 

SECTION 1. STAFF 

A. Director of Missions 

The Director of Missions shall coordinate all the work of the Association, direct 
Associational staff, and promote the purpose of the Association. The Director of 
Missions shall provide encouragement and consultation for churches and church staff, 
assisting them to accomplish their Biblical mission. 

When a vacancy occurs, the Director of Missions shall be selected in the following 
manner: A Search Committee shall be selected by the Leadership Council to seek a 
new Director of Missions. When the Search Committee chooses a candidate, the 
prospective Director of Missions shall be presented to the Association in a general or 
called session. If elected, the Director of Missions shall continue to serve until 
terminated by mutual consent or request by either party. 

B. Other Staff 

The Association may select additional staff as needed. Duties of Association staff shall 
be defined in the Association's Manual of Policy and Procedures. 

Staff Directors other than the Director of Missions shall be nominated by the Personnel 
Committee and elected by the Association in a regular meeting or at a special meeting 
called for this purpose. Support staff shall be elected by the Personnel Committee upon 
recommendation of the Director of Missions and other staff directors. 

SECTION 2. MISSION TEAMS 

Mission Teams lead the Association in carrying out the Great Commission. Mission 
Teams include (but are not limited to): Baptist Men's Ministry, Women's Missionary 
Union, Partnership Missions, Evangelism, Community Ministries, and Church Planting. 

Mission Teams shall be composed of both leaders elected by the Association and a 
network of volunteers. Mission Team leaders shall be nominated by the Nominating 
Committee and elected by the Association in the fall meeting. Volunteer team members 
do not have to be elected by the Association, but serve under the leadership of the 
appropriate team leaders. 



A. Baptist Men's Team 

The Baptist Men's Team shall consist of the following leaders: the Baptist Men's 
Director; the Assistant Director; Royal Ambassador Coordinator, Disaster Relief 
Coordinator and two at-large members. Volunteers will be added to each area of Men's 
Ministry as needed. 

The goal of the Baptist Men's Mission Team is to involve churches and church members 
(especially men and boys) in missions activities, including giving to missions, praying for 
missions, and participating in missions projects through the churches and the 
Association. 

B. Women's Missionary Union Team 

The WMU Team shall consist of the following leaders: the Associational WMU Director; 
the Associate Director; Secretary; Missions Consultants; Age-Level Consultants. Other 
volunteers may be added as needed. 

The goal of the WMU Mission Team is to involve churches and church members 
(especially women and girls) in missions activities, including giving to missions, praying 
for missions, and participating in missions projects through the churches and the 
Association. 

C. Partnership Missions Team 

The Partnership Missions Team shall consist of the following leaders: a coordinator and 
four at-large members. Volunteers will be added to the team as needed. 

The Partnership Missions Team shall promote participation in missions partnerships 
within the Association and around the world. The team will plan Association-wide 
missions partnerships and coordinate participation in these partnerships among the 
churches. 

D. Evangelism Team 

The Evangelism Team shall consist of the following leaders: a coordinator and four at- 
large members. Volunteers will be added to the team as needed. 

The Evangelism Team will promote the work of evangelism in the Association by 
training churches in evangelism, providing resources to aid churches in evangelism, 
assisting churches to develop local evangelism ministries, and planning area-wide 
evangelism efforts. 



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E. Community Ministries Team 

The Community Ministries Team shall consist of the following leaders: a Coordinator 
and four at-large members. Volunteers will be added to the team as needed. 

The Community Ministries Team will offer visionary leadership to Associational 
churches by helping them evaluate needs in their local communities and shall generate 
ministries to meet those needs. The team will also assist churches to network with 
other churches and agencies that address community concerns. 

F. Church Planting Team 

The Church Planting Team will consist of the following leaders: a Coordinator and four 
at-large members. Volunteers will be added to the team as needed. 

The Church Planting Team will work with the Association churches and the Association 
staff to determine where new churches are needed. The team shall work with the staff 
and with the Association churches in assisting new church starts in cooperation with the 
Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. This team shall be available for 
consultation for churches beginning new work. 

G. Other Teams 

The Association may establish other mission teams as needed. Duties of these teams 
shall be defined in the Association's manual of policy and procedures. 

SECTION 3. CHURCH MINISTRIES TEAMS 

Ministry Teams shall lead the Association in the work of Christian education and 
leadership development. Ministry Teams provide ministry resources to assist the 
churches of the Association in carrying out their mission. 

Ministry Teams may include (but are not limited to): Christian Education; Music and 
Worship; Senior Adult; Ordination, and Continuing Education. Each Ministry Team shall 
consist of leaders elected by the Association and a network of volunteers who carry out 
the ministries of each team. All leaders of Ministries Teams shall be nominated by the 
Nominating Committee and elected by the Association in the fall meeting. Volunteer 
team members do not have to be elected by the Association, but serve under the 
leadership of the appropriate team leaders. 

A. The Christian Education Team 

The Christian Education Team shall be composed of the following leaders: The 
Associational Sunday School (Bible Study) Director, the Discipleship and Family Life 
Director, the Continuing Education Coordinator and the Associational Student Ministries 



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Director. One of these shall be nominated by the Nominating Committee to serve as 
team leader. Volunteers will be added to the team as needed. 

The Christian Education Team shall promote the work of the Sunday School, the work 
of Discipleship and Family Ministry, and the work of Student Ministries among youth and 
college students. The Christian Education Team shall provide training resources and 
learning opportunities to equip the work of these ministries within the local churches and 
within the Association. The work of the Christian Education Team includes providing 
Seminary Extension and other types of extension learning opportunities as needed. 

B. The Music and Worship Team 

The Music and Worship Team shall be composed of the following leaders: the 
Associational Music and Worship Director, the Adult Choir Projects Coordinator, the 
Youth Choir Projects Coordinator and the Children's Choir Projects Coordinator. 
Volunteers will be added to the team as needed. 

The Music and Worship Team shall promote the ministries of music and worship in the 
Association. This team shall plan and conduct Associational music ministries, 
coordinate music and worship for the general sessions of the Association and the 
meetings of the Leadership Council, provide music resources and training opportunities 
for the churches, and partner with other Missions and Ministry Teams in providing music 
and worship for various ministries of the Association as requested. 

C. The Senior Adult Ministry Team 

The Senior Adult Ministry Team shall be composed of the Associational Senior Adult 
Ministry Director and three at-large members. Volunteers will be added to the team as 
needed. 

The Senior Adult Ministry Team shall promote Senior Adult work among the churches, 
coordinate Association-wide Senior Adult projects, and provide opportunities for 
Christian service and fellowship to the Senior Adults of the Association. 

D. The Ordination Team 

The Ordination Team shall consist of no less than five ordained ministers from 
Association churches. 

The Ordination Team shall (upon request from a member church) assist with the 
examination and ordination of a candidate for the Gospel Ministry. 

E. Other Teams 

The Association may establish other ministry teams as needed. Duties of these teams 
shall be defined in the Association's Manual of Policies and Procedures. 



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SECTION 4. MINISTRY CONSULTANTS 

The Association may elect additional ministry consultants as needed. Consultants may 
include: Media, Singles, and Christian Life and Public Affairs. The duties of these 
consultants shall be described in the Association's Manual of Policies and Procedures. 

Consultants shall be nominated by the Nominating Committee and elected by the 
Association. 

SECTION 5. ADMINISTRATIVE TEAM COMMITTEES 

B. Budget and Finance Committee 

The Budget and Finance Committee shall be composed of a Chair, a person from each 
of the nine districts, the Treasurer and the Chair of the Capital Funds Committee. 

The Budget and Finance Committee shall prepare the annual budget and present it to 
the Association at the fall meeting. The Budget and Finance Committee shall provide 
oversight of the finances of the Association. Their duties will include raising funds to 
meet the budget, supervising the annual audit, and reporting financial concerns at 
Associational and Leadership Council meetings. 

C. Properties Committee 

The Properties Committee shall be composed of seven members. This committee shall 
be responsible for the upkeep of Associational properties and shall submit 
recommendations regarding needs. 

D. Planning Committee 

The Planning Committee shall be composed of a chair and a person from each of the 
nine districts. 

The Planning Committee shall evaluate the needs of the Association and the 
community, identify objectives of the Association and guide the Association in achieving 
its goals. 

E. Personnel Committee 

The Personnel Committee shall be composed of the Moderator, who shall serve as 
Chair, the Chair of the Finance Committee, and two at-large members to be named by 
the Nominating Committee and elected by the Association. 

The Personnel Committee shall advise the Association in matters pertaining to 
Associational employees. The committee shall serve as a Search Committee for Staff 



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Directors other than the Director of Missions. The committee shall receive 
recommendations from the Director of Missions and other appropriate Staff Directors 
regarding the employment of support staff, and shall select support staff to complement 
the work of staff directors. The committee shall be responsible for the development and 
maintenance of an Associational Manual of Policies and Procedures for all paid staff. 
The committee shall recommend to the Finance Committee compensation and benefits 
for all paid staff. The committee shall meet regularly to provide support, direction and 
encouragement to Association Staff. 

F. Nominating Committee 

The Nominating Committee shall be composed of at least six members who shall be 
nominated by the Moderator and elected by the Association. Additional nominations 
may be offered from the floor at the Association meeting. 

The Nominating Committee shall nominate the General Officers of the Association, 
which are the Moderator, Vice-Moderator, Clerk and Treasurer. In partnership with 
team leaders, Program Directors and the Association staff, the committee shall 
recommend leaders to serve on the Missions and Ministry Groups and Teams, as 
Ministry Consultants and on the Administrative Team Committees. These 
recommendations shall be brought to the Association in its fall meeting. Committee 
nominations do not preclude additional nominations from the floor. The committee shall 
also fill vacancies that occur during the course of an Associational year. 

F. Constitution Committee 

The Constitution Committee shall be composed of five members who shall be 
nominated by the Nominating Committee and elected by the Association. It is advisable 
that at least one member of the committee should be knowledgeable in legal matters. 

This committee shall periodically study the Constitution and Bylaws and shall make 
recommendations to the Association regarding any proposed amendments. 

G. Membership Committee 

The Membership Committee shall be composed of five members, and shall perform the 
duties as set forth in the Constitution, Article III. 

SECTION 6. COMMITTEES APPOINTED OR NOMINATED BY THE MODERATOR 

A. Order of Business Committee 

The Order of Business Committee shall be composed of the Moderator, the Clerk, the 
Music and Worship Team Leader and four at-large members. The Moderator shall 
appoint at-large members. 



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This committee shall prepare the programs for the Association's semi-annual meetings. 
The committee shall present the program for adoption at the beginning of each of these 
meetings, and shall serve through the sessions, making adjustments to the program as 
necessary. This committee shall also receive or solicit places for the semi-annual 
meetings of the Association and shall recommend these meeting places to the 
association in its fall meeting. It shall also recommend the preacher and alternate 
preacher for the annual Association sermon which shall be delivered at the fall meeting 
of the Association. This committee shall appoint an Enrollment Committee for each of 
the Association's semi-annual meetings. 

B. The Nominating Committee 

The Moderator shall nominate the Nominating Committee. Additional nominations may 
be offered from the floor at the Association meeting. The association shall elect the 
Nominating Committee. Duties are stated in Bylaw four, section five, paragraph F. 

BYLAW V 
MANUAL OF POLICIES AND PROCEDURES 

The Personnel Committee shall maintain a Manual of Policies and Procedures for paid 
staff. The Association Staff in partnership with the Leadership Council shall maintain a 
Manual of Policies and Procedures for volunteer ministries. 

BYLAW VI I 

QUORUM 

A quorum shall consist of the messengers present and voting at the Association's 
general or called meetings. 

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BYLAW VII 

AMENDMENTS 

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Proposed amendments to the Bylaws must be submitted in writing to the Constitution 
Committee thirty days prior to one of the general meetings of the Association. Bylaw 
changes may be made at either session of the general meetings upon approval by a 
majority of messengers present and voting. 



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THE 2006 ANNUAL 

Buncombe Baptist Association 
Asheville, North Carolina 



2006 Spring Meeting 
Monday, May 8, 2006, Grassy Branch Baptist Church 

Missions and Ministries in Our Churches 

2006 Fall Meeting 
Monday, October 9, 2006, Woodland Hills Baptist Church 

Speaker: Reverend Kevin Bennett, Pastor 
Mountain View Baptist Church 
Black Mountain, North Carolina 



♦*♦ ♦*♦ ♦*♦ ♦*♦ ♦*♦ ♦*♦ ♦*♦ 



2007 Spring Meeting 
Monday, May 7, 2007, Newfound Baptist Church 

Speaker: Dr. Johnny Tiller 



2007 Fall Meeting 
Monday, October 8, 2007, New Morgan Hill Baptist Church 

Speaker: Reverend Dennis Thurman, Pastor 

Pole Creek Baptist Church 

Candler, North Carolina 



This Annual is dedicated to the 

Memory of 



Reverend Lynn Crouch 
Mountain View Baptist Church 

Reverend Cecil Fox 
Pole Creek Baptist Church 

Reverend E. S. Morgan 
Newbridge Baptist Church 

Reverend George Roberts 
West Asheville Baptist Church 

Reverend Gordon Scruggs 
Bethel Baptist Church 

Reverend John Thomas 
Ecclesia Fellowship 



LOCATION OF CHURCHES BY STREET OR ROAD 

Antioch 9 Antioch Church Road, Weaverville 

Arden First 3839 Sweeten Creek Road, Arden 

Asheville First 5 Oak Street, Asheville 

Bald Mountain 30 Bald Mountain Road, Black Mountain 

Bamardsville 1639 Bamardsville Highway, Bamardsville 

Beaverdam 399 Beaverdam Road, Asheville 

Bent Creek 1554 Brevard Road, Asheville 

Berea 2578 Riceville Road, Asheville 

Bethel 125 Ben Lippen Road, Asheville 

Beverly Hills 777 Tunnel Road, Asheville 

Biltmore 35 Clayton Road, Arden 

Black Mountain First 130 Montreat Road, Black Mountain 

Blue Ridge Cowboy Church 1301 Fanning Bridge Road, Fletcher 

Brown's Chapel 22 Blackberry Inn Road, Weaverville 

Buckeye 102 West Buckeye Road, Swannanoa 

Calvary 531 Haywood Road, Asheville 

Calvary Baptist of Fairview 33 Jeremiah Boulevard, Fairview 

Celebration Church 2 Boyd's Chapel Road, Weaverville 

Christian Creek 40 New Salem Road, Swannanoa 

Clear Branch 2398 Highway #9, Black Mountain 

Community Baptist 103 Burton Street, Asheville 

Corinth 195 Dix Creek Road, #2, Leicester 

Crux 141 7 Riverside Drive, Asheville 

Cumberland Avenue : 119 Cumberland Avenue, Asheville 

Deaverview 240 Johnston School Road, Asheville 

Ecclesia 15 Spivey Lake Drive, Fairview 28730 

Edgewood 101 Moody Avenue, Candler 

Elk Mountain 197 Elk Mountain Road, Asheville 

Emma 520 N. Louisiana Avenue, Asheville 

Emma's Grove — 417 Emma's Grove Road off Charlotte Highway, Fairview 

Enka 1210 Sand Hill Road at Enka 

Erwin Hills 281 New Leicester Highway (#63), Asheville 

Fairview Church Road in Fairview 

Flat Creek 21 Flat Creek Church Road, Weaverville 

Freedom 50 Rice Road, Asheville 

Fountain of Life First Hispanic Baptist Church 531 Haywood Road, Asheville 

Friendship 240 Haywood Street, Asheville 

Gashes Creek 308 Gashes Creek Road, Corner I-40 and US 70E, Asheville 

Glady Pisgah Highway, Candler 

Grace 718 Haywood Road, Asheville 

Grace and Knowledge 40 Vance Avenue, Black Mountain 

Grassy Branch 497 Riceville Road, Asheville 

Grove Stone 1 568 Grove Stone Road, Black Mountain 

Hominy 135 Candler School Road, Candler 



Iglesia Bautista Ebenezer 754 Aiken Road, Asheville 

Iglesia Communidad Familiar 926 Haywood Road, Asheville 

Inanda 590 Brevard Road, Asheville 

Ivy Creek 21 Ivy Baptist Road, Weaverville 

Jupiter 750 Jupiter Road, Weaverville 

Kerlee 208 Kerlee Heights Road, Black Mountain 

Lakewood Byrd Road, Black Mountain 

Laurel Springs 689 Morgan Hill Road, Fairview 

Liberty 875 Monte Vista Road, Candler 

Long Shoals 661 Long Shoals Road, Arden 

Macedonia 1468 Jenkins Valley Road, Alexander 

Maple Ridge Maple Ridge Road, Candler 

Merrimon Avenue 283 Merrimon Avenue, Asheville 

Mills Gap 370 Mills Gap Road, Asheville 

Morgan Hill 594 Barnardsville Highway, Weaverville 

Morningside 14 Mineral Springs Road, Asheville 

Mount Carmel 200 Mount Carmel Road, Asheville 

Mount Olive 64 Mount Olive Church Road, Asheville 

Mountain View 2221 North Fork Road, Black Mountain 

New Liberty 625 Olivette Road, Asheville 

New Life Community 1417 Riverside Drive, Asheville 

New Morgan Hill 370 Lake Drive, Candler 

New Salem Rosscraggon Road, Arden 

Newbridge 1 99 Elkwood Avenue, Asheville 

Newfound 2605 New Leicester Highway (#63), Asheville 

North Point Baptist Church 119 Monticello Road, Weaverville 

Oak Grove 599 Lower Brush Road, Fletcher 

Oakley 70 Fairview Avenue, Asheville 

Oteen — 37 Oteen Church Road, Asheville 

Pine Burr Park 389 Weaverville Highway, Asheville 

Pine Forest 102 Ivy Hill Road, Weaverville 

Pleasant Hill 745 Aiken Road, Asheville 

Pole Creek 96 Snow Hill Church Road, Candler 

Reed Memorial 756 Fairview Avenue, Asheville 

Reynolds 520 Rose Hill Road, Asheville 

Ridgecrest 41 Tucker Road, Ridgecrest 

Ridgeway -525 Old Highway 19/23, Candler 

Riverside 869 Riverside Drive, Asheville 

Sand Hilf 232 Sand Hill Road, Asheville 

Skyland 2115 Hendersonville Road, Skyland 

South Asheville 61 Rock Hill Road, Asheville 

Starnes Cove 149 Starnes Cove Road, Asheville 

Sulphur Springs Park 12 Hi Alta Avenue and Appalachian Way, Asheville 

Sunrise 419 Deaverview Road, Asheville 

Swannanoa First 503 Park Street, Swannanoa 

Trinity of Fairview 276 Concord Road, Fletcher 



Swannanoa First 503 Park Street, Swannanoa 

Trinity of Fairview 276 Concord Road, Fletcher 

Turkey Creek 2206 Bear Creek Road, Leicester 

Victory — 80 Olivette Road, Asheville 

Weaverville— 63 North Main Street, Weave rvi lie 

West Asheville - -926 Haywood Road, Asheville 

Westwood — 150 Westwood Place, Asheville 

White Rock— — NC#151 Pisgah Highway, Candler 

Wilkey — Highway 9, Black Mountain 

Woodland Hills — - 50 Woodland Hills, Asheville 

Zion Hill 1008 Newfound Road, Leicester 

TABLE OF CONTENTS 



ASSOCIATIONAL DIRECTORY 

Dedication — 2 

Location of Churches by Street or Road 3 

Churches by District- — - - 7 

Association Staff - — - — 8 

General Officers/Corporation Officers — 8 

ADMINISTRATIVE GROUP ~ 9 

CHURCH AND COMMUNITY MINISTRTY GROUP — - - - 9 

EVANGELISM AND MISSIONS GROUP 10 

DISCIPLESHIP AND EDUCATION GROUP --11 

MEMBERSHIP AND FELLOWSHIP GROUP 1 1 

CHURCH DIRECTORY 

Pastors 12 

Ministers of Music and Worship 17 

Associate Pastors 1 9 

Ministers of Missions 19 

Ministers of Education — 20 

Ministers of Youth//Students -- 20 

Ministers of Children - 21 

Ministers of Preschool 23 

Business Administrators 24 

Secretaries 24 

Ordained Ministers (Not Pastors) — 27 

Sunday School Directors -— 29 

Discipleship Directors — -- 31 

Baptist Men Directors 31 

Woman's Missionary Union Directors — 32 

Deacon Chairpersons 33 

Church Treasurers 35 



Church Clerks 36 

Media Library Directors 38 

Ch u rch Orga n ists 39 

Church Pianists 40 

REPORTS 

Associational Missionary 42 

Church and Community Ministries 43 

Ordinations Committee 45 

Membership Committee 45 

Memorials 46 

Christian Life and Public Affairs 46 

Baptist Student Union at UNCA 47 

GuideStone Financial Resources 48 

Baptist Children's Homes, Inc. 49 

North Carolina Baptist Hospital 50 

Baptist Retirement Homes 52 

North Carolina Baptist Foundation— 55 

Council on Christian Higher Education 56 

Biblical Recorder 57 

Leadership Council Minutes 58 

Spring Meeting Program 70 

Minutes of Spring Meeting 70 

Fall Meeting Program 73 

Minutes of Fall Meeting 75 

Messengers Registered at Spring Meeting 75 

Messengers Registered at Fall Meeting 77 

2007 Budget 78 

Receipts from Ch u rches 80 

Financial Report 2006 83 

Auditor's Report 87 

Historical Table— 88 

In Memoriam 92 

Constitution and Bylaws 97 

2007 Calendar — 109 

Statistical Tables 121 



Churches by District 



I. NORTH BUNCOMBE 

1. Antioch 

2. Barnardsville 

3. Brown's Chapel 

4. Celebration Church 

5. Flat Creek 

6. Ivy Creek 

7. Jupiter 

8. Morgan Hill 

9. North Point 

10. Pine Forest 

11. Weaverville FBC 

12. Woodland Hills 

II. ASHEVILLE 

1. Beaverdam 

2. The Crux 

3. Cumberland Avenue 

4. Friendship 

5. Iglesia Bautista Ebenezer 

6. Merrimon Avenue 

7. New Life Community 

8. Newbridge 

9. Pine Burr Park 

10. Pleasant Hill 

III. MOUNT CARMEL 



1. 


Bethel 


2. 


Corinth 


3. 


Elk Mountain 


4. 


Macedonia 


5. 


Mount Carmel 


6. 


New Liberty 


7. 


Newfound 


8. 


Riverside 


9. 


Turkey Creek 


10. 


Victory 


11. 


Zion Hill 



IV WEST ASHEVILLE 

1. Calvary 

2. Community Baptist 

3. Deaverview 

4. Emma 

5. Erwin Hills 

6. Freedom 

7. Grace 

8. Fountain of Life FBC 

9. Iglesia Communidad 
Familiar 

10. Sand Hill 

11. Sulphur Springs Park 

12. Sunrise 

13. West Asheville 

14. Westwood 

V. ENKA/HOMINY 

1 . Bent Creek 

2. Edgewood 

3. Enka 

4. Glady 

5. Hominy 

6. Inanda 

7. Liberty 

8. Maple Ridge 

9. New Morgan Hill 

10. Pole Creek 

11. Ridgeway 

12. Starnes Cove 

13. White Rock 

VI. BILTMORE 

1 . Arden FBC 

2. Biltmore 

3. Blue Ridge Cowboy 
Church 

4. Long Shoals 

5. Mills Gap 

6. New Salem 

7. Oak Grove 

8. Oakley 

9. Reed Memorial 

10. Skyland 

11. South Asheville 



VII. FAIRVIEW 

1. Bald Mountain 

2. Calvary of Fairview 

3. Ecclesia 

4. Emma's Grove 

5. Fairview 

6. Gashes Creek 

7. Laurel Springs 

8. Oak Grove 

9. Reynolds 

10. Trinity of Fairview 

11. Wilkey 

VII. OTEEN 

1 . Berea 

2. Beverly Hills 

3. Buckeye 

4. Grassy Branch 

5. Momingside 

6. Mount Olive 

7. Oteen 

IX. SWANNANOA 

1. Black Mountain FBC 

2. Christian Creek 

3. Clear Branch 

4. Grace & Knowledge 

5. Grove Stone 

6. Kerlee 

7. Lakewood 

8. Mountain View 

9. Ridgecrest 

10. Swannanoa FBC 



ASSOCIATIONAL DIRECTORY 

OFFICE 

Buncombe Baptist Resource Center 

227 Hazel Mill Road 

Asheville, North Carolina 28806 

Phone: 828-252-1864 

FAX# 828-252-1 865 

DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS: 

Craig Bailey, 24 Charles Lance Place, Asheville 28806 665-2104 

cbaile v@buncombebaptist.org 
DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY MINISTRIES: 

Norma B. Melton (Reed Memorial), 445 Chunn's Cove Road, 250-9489 

Asheville 28805, nmelton(5)buncombebaptist.org 
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT: 

Susie Black (Pole Creek), 21 English Place, Candler 2871 5 665-1 938 

sblack(5)buncombebaptist.org 
COMMUNICATIONS SECRETARY: 

Nancy Owen (Mt. Carmel), 1 15 Anders Drive, Asheville 28806 254-8393 

nowen(a)buncombebaptist.org 



GENERAL OFFICERS OF THE ASSOCIATION 

MODERATOR: Stan Willet (Berea), 24 Lazy Hollow Drive, 669-7768 

Black Mountain 28711 
VICE-MODERATOR: Jim McCoy (Weaverville FBC) 645-6720 

P. O. Box 547, Weaverville 28787 
CLERK: Nancy Owen (Mt. Carmel), 1 15 Anders Drive, Asheville 28806 254-8393 

nowen(5)buncombebaptist.org 
TREASURER: Bud Dotson (Trinity of Fairview), 1075 Brush Creek Circle, 628-1762 

Fairview 28730 bud(8>easi-peo. com 

CORPORATE OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT: Stan Willet (Berea), 24 Lazy Hollow Drive 669-7768 

Black Mountain 28711 
VICE-PRESIDENT: Jim McCoy (Weaverville FBC), P. 0. Box 547 645-6720 

Weaverville 28787 
SECRETARY: Craig Bailey, 227 Hazel Mill Road, Asheville 28806 252-1864 

TREASURER: Bud Dotson, (Trinity of Fairview), 1075 Brush Creek Circle 628-1762 

Fairview 28730 



ADMINISTRATIVE GROUP 



Kyle Carver, Chairman, P. O. Box 56, Leicester 28748 

Jim McCoy, Vice-Chairman, P. O. Box 547, Weaverville 28787 

Stan Willet, 24 Lazy Hollow Drive, Black Mogntain 28711 

Christine Dozier, 56 Starmount Drive, Asheville 28806 

Bud Dotson, 1075 Brush Creek Circle, Fairview 28730 

Jim Hooper, P. 0. Box 28, Bamardsville 28709 

Bobby Peek, 67 Joe Jenkins Road, Fairview 28730 

Darryl Searcy, 81 Davidson Road, Asheville 28803 

Roy Houston, 370 Lake Drive, Candler 28715 

Dianna Braddock, 23 Bevlyn Drive, Asheville 28803 

Wayne Young, 2448 Riceville Road, Asheville 28805 

Ann Lytle, 21 1 Gap Creek Road, Fletcher 28732 

Fred Messer, 117 Chapman Drive, Asheville 28805 

Susie Black, 21 English Place, Candler 2871 5 

Jim Heise, 136 Douglas Place, Leicester 28748 

Rick Hall, 411 Dennis Street, Swannanoa 28778 

David Rayburn, P. O. Box 656, Black Mountain 2871 1 

Barbara Pierce, 2 Cypress Drive, Asheville 28803 



683-2075 
645-6720 
669-7768 
252-2281 
628-1762 
626-2610 
628-1118 
274-6737 
667-4313 
231-8802 
298-4210 
628-2774 
298-6464 
665-1938 
683-0679 
776-1414 
669-6461 
277-3979 



PLANNING (Association Strategy Planning) 

Kevin Bennett, Chairman, 10 Asbury Place, Candler 2871 5 
James McCoy, P. O. Box 547, Weaverville 28787 
Jim Russell, 283 Merrimon Avenue, Asheville 28801 
Bill Higgins, 419 Deaverview Road, Asheville 28806 
Jackie Collins, 525 Old 19/23 Highway, Candler 2871 5 
Carl Toth, 35 Clayton Road, Arden NC 28704 
Todd Royal, P. O. Box 1339, Fairview 28730 
Jim Thomas, 7 Sunset Drive, Swannanoa 28778 



669-9456 
645-6720 
252-2768 
253-2808 
667-4442 
687-1111 
628-2908 
686-5584 



CONSTITUTION 

Shirley Lawson, Chairman, 172 Davenport Road, Asheville 28806 252-1202 

Kurt Ehrsam, 4 Craggy Circle, Asheville 28803 254-4099 

Dennis Thurman, 96 Snow Hill Church Road, Candler 2871 5 667-4053 

Stephen Summers, 3 Crestview Road, Arden 28704 684-5352 

Judd Hollifield (Consultant), 19 Zillicoa Street, Suite 200, Asheville 28801 255-8282 

CHURCH AND COMMUNITY MINISTRY GROUP 



WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

Director: Edwina Messer, 117 Chapman Drive, Asheville 28805 
Associate Director: Jean Hollingsworth, 53 Edgewood Road, 

Candler 28715 
Secretary: Carolyn Ray, 144 Dogwood Drive, Weaverville 28787 
Staff Consultant: Norma Melton, 227 Hazel Mill Road, Asheville 28806 



298-6464 
667-2941 

645-4648 
252-1864 



Christian Women's Job Corps Consultant: Ruth Garrison, 94 Beale Road, Apt. C-8 

Arden 28704 681-8682 

Ministry Events Consultant: Etheline Branch, 203 Mountain View Road, 298-9759 

Asheville 28805 
Women's Enrichment Consultant: 
Women on Mission Consultant: 
Acteens Consultants: 

GA Consultant: Libby Pierce, 20 Fieldcrest Road, Arden 28704 687-4472 

Missions Friends Consultant: Jeanette Cloud, 104 Pine Tree Drive, 669-8385 

Black Mountain 28711 
Baptist Nursing Fellowship: Karen Weeks, P. O. Box 1540 423-7859 

Black Mountain 28711 
Project Help: Poverty: Laura Dotson, 1075 Brush Creek Circle, Fairview 28730 628-1762 

DISTRICT LEADERS: 

North Buncombe: Mary Porter, 116 Parsonage Drive, Asheville 28804 645-5824 
Asheville: 

Mount Carmel: Thelma Barnett, 373 Old Leicester Hwy., Asheville 28806 254-6958 

Jeanette Radcliff, 36 Olivette Road, Asheville 28804 252-3878 

West Asheville: Jean Hollingsworth, 53 Edgewood Road, Candler 2871 5 667-2941 
Enka/Hominy: 

Biltmore: Dot Carter, 388 Rosscraggon Road, Arden 28704 684-7210 

Fairview: Shirley Shope, 5 Charland Forest, Asheville 28803 298-1895 

Oteen: Sandra Clark, 287 Charlotte Highway, Asheville 28803 298-31 1 7 

Swannanoa: Vanetta Biddix, P. O. Box 83, Ridgecrest 28770 669-7877 



WMU LEADERSHIP SELECTION COMMITTEE: 

Jeanette Cloud, Chairman, 104 Pine Tree Drive, Black Mountain 2871 1 

Dot Carter, 388 Rosscraggon Road, Arden 28704 

Etheline Branch, 203 Mountain View Road, Asheville 28805 

Ruth Garrison, 94 Beale Road, Apt. C-8, Arden 28704 

Ex Officio: Director and Associate Director 



669-8385 
684-7210 
298-9759 
681-8682 



Literacy Coordinator: Jane Allison, 200 Tabernacle Road, #K-231 , 
Black Mountain 28711 



669-7034 



EVANGELISM AND MISSIONS GROUP 



MISSIONS CAMP 

Directors: Steve Harris, P. O. Box 2040, Fairview 28730 

Libby Pierce, 20 Fieldcrest Road, Arden 28704 
Edwina Messer, 117 Chapman Drive, Asheville 28805 
Stacey Harris, 535 Dye Leaf Lane, Fairview 28703 
Glenna Toney, 10 Rosscraggon Drive, Asheville 28803 
Neal and Cheryl Brown, 410 Old Fort Road, Fairview 28730 
Brent and Natalie Carter, 22 Acorn Lane, Fletcher 28732 



628-1188 
687-4472 
298-6464 
628-4447 
687-7949 
777-271 1 
777-3027 



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PARTNERSHIP MISSIONS 

Bobby Peek, 67 Joe Jenkins Road, Fairview 28730 
Gary Roberts, 8 Edna Roberts Road, Alexander 28701 
Glen Young, 378 Newfound Road, Leicester 28748 
Susie Black, 21 English Place, Candler 28715 
Jamie Johnson, 3205 Idle Hour Drive, Asheville 28806 



628-1118 
645-7837 
683-8779 
665-1938 
667-881 1 



EVANGELISM 

Clark Henderson, Team Leader, 199 Elkwood Avenue, Asheville 28804 254-7262 

Johnny Tiller, 5 Westwood Drive, Candler 2871 5 665-8085 

Lester Crayton, 166 Merchant Street, Asheville 28803 274-7329 

Chris Reese, P. O. Box 86, Fairview 28730 628-0012 

Keith Hutchinson, 50 Rice Road, Asheville 28806 252-7125 

Roger Rearden, 661 Long Shoals Road, Arden 28704 684-7000 

DISCIPLESHIP AND EDUCATION GROUP 

CHURCH HEALTH 

Terry Hollifield, 96 Snow Hill Church Road, Candler 2871 5 667-4053 

Scot Davis, P. O. Box 656, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-6461 

Neil Carter, 26 Emma's Grove Road, Fletcher 28732 628-1 747 

Adam Guice, 6 Wilson Lane, Fletcher 28732 273-1 368 

Susie Black, 21 English Place, Candler 2871 5 665-1938 

Stephen Summers, 3 Crestview Court, Arden 28704 684-5352 

Ryland Whitehom, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 

Gail Harding, 81 High Meadows Drive, Candler 28715 667-4899 

BAPTIST MEN 

Director: Wayne Higgins, P. O. Box 1285, Weaverville 28787 645-4021 

Assistant Director: Harvey Hart, P. O. Box 985, Swannanoa 28778 686-7544 

Team Members: Wayne Roper, 29 Stonepath Lane, Weaverville 28787 669-8477 
Car Competition: Jimmy Hall, 227 Bent Creek Ranch Road, Asheville 28806 667-0946 

Track Coordinators: Adam Black, 21 English Place, Candler 28715 665-1938 

MEMBERSHIP AND FELLOWSHIP GROUP 



CHURCH PLANTING/MEMBERSHIP 

James Lamb, 112 Harbin Drive, Swannanoa 28778 
Nina Fisher, 1721 Old Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 
Ronnie Owen, 1 15 Anders Drive, Asheville 28806 
Steve Harris, 141 7 Riverside Drive, Asheville 28804 
Elaine Hensley, 601 N. Fork Road, Bamardsville 28709 
Charlie Sams, 149 Starnes Cove Road, Asheville 28806 
Samuel Rodriguez, 71 Sulphur Springs Road, Asheville 28806 



298-6419 
254-4973 
254-8393 
254-0040 
626-2203 
667-1193 
253-1563 



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RECREATION TEAM 

Gordon Wilson, 6 Weston Lane, Arden 28704 684-4222 

Danny Farlow, 1 83 Canaan Drive, Candler 2871 5 667-441 9 

David Keith, 158 Starnes Cove Road, Asheville 28806 665-7406 

Cathy Robinson, 9 Rhodes Cemetery Drive, Asheville 28806 777-8795 

Chad Eaton, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 

Bobby Keever, 6 Mitchell Avenue, Asheville 28806 254-2320 

Adam Black, 21 English Place, Candler 2871 5 665-1 938 

MINISTERS' CONFERENCE 

Chris Reese, P. O. Box 86, Fairview 28730 628-0012 

Charlie Sams, 148 Starnes Cove Road, Asheville 28806 667-1 193 

Wayne Adkisson, 718 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 254-0841 

Jim Hooper. P. O. Box 28, Barnardsville 28709 626-3930 

Frank Hopkins, P. O. 2154, Weaverville 28787 645-0124 

Don Davis, 1 1 Olivette Road, Asheville 28804 254-2766 

SENIOR ADULT 

Phyllis Smith, 1096 Sharon Ridge Road, Fairview 28730 628-9783 

Jim Rickman, 126 Castlerock Drive, Asheville 28806 667-1819 

Verna Fore, 70 Sunnyview Terrace, Asheville 28806 253-2248 

HOSTESS: Etheline Branch, 203 Mountain View Road, Asheville 28805 298-9759 



PASTORS OF CHURCHES 
IN THE BUNCOMBE BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

1 . ANTIOCH: 9 Antioch Church Road, Weaverville 28787 

Steve Conard, 402 Azalea Circle, Marshall 28753 242-71 16 

2. ARDEN FIRST: 3839 Sweeten Creek Road, Arden 28704 684-6780 
James H. Johnson (Interim), 12 Sedgefield Drive, Candler 2871 5 667-9540 

3. ASHEVILLE FIRST: 5 Oak Street, Asheville 28801 252-4781 
Guy B. Sayles, Jr., 5 Oak Street, Asheville 28801 252-4781 

4. BALD MOUNTAIN: 30 Bald Mountain Road, Black Mountain 2871 1 

Pat Handley, 155 Lamb Mountain Road, Hendersonville 28792 685-9377 

5. BARNARDSVILLE: P. O. Box 8, Barnardsville 28709 626-2610 
Jim Hooper, P. O. Box 28, Barnardsville 28709 626-3930 

6. BEAVERDAM: 399 Beaverdam Road, Asheville 28804 252-3403 
Jim Elwell, 399 Beaverdam Road, Asheville 28804 252-3403 

7. BENT CREEK: 1 554 Brevard Road, Asheville 28806 667-981 8 
Tommy Bridges, 1554 Brevard Road, Asheville 28806 667-9818 

8. BEREA: 2578 Riceville Road, Asheville 28805 298-2966 
Stan Willet, 24 Lazy Hollow Drive, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-7768 

9. BETHEL: 1 25 Ben Lippen Road, Asheville 28806 232-1 51 
Mark L. Lewis, 125 Ben Lippen Road, Asheville 28806 232-1510 



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10. BEVERLY HILLS: 777 Tunnel Road, Asheville 28805 298-4623 
Billy King, 777 Tunnel Road, Asheville 28805 298-4623 

11. BILTMORE: 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1111 
James Ian Walker, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 

12. BLACK MOUNTAIN FIRST: P. O. Box 656, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-6461 
David Rayburn, P. O. Box 656, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-6461 

13. BROWN'S CHAPEL: 22 Blackberry Inn Road, Weaverville 

Kenny Ray, 560 Aiken Road, Asheville 28804 645-3380 

14. BUCKEYE: 102 West Buckeye Road, Swannanoa 28778 298-0326 
Judson Rotan (Interim), P. O. Box 95, Ridgecrest 28770 669-0165 

15. CALVARY: 531 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-7301 
Jordan V. Corbin, 531 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-7301 

16. CALVARY BAPTIST OF FAIRVIEW, P. O. Box 86, Fairview 28730 628-0012 
Chris Reese, 27 English Place, Candler 28715 667-9503 

17. THE CELEBRATION CHURCH: P. O. Box 2089 645-4359 

Weaverville 28787 

Tom Lomax, 405 Pocono Court, Arden 28704 684-3237 

18. CHRISTIAN CREEK: 40 New Salem Road, Swannanoa 28778 

Robert Carter, 40 New Salem Road, Swannanoa 28778 296-0145 

1 9. CLEAR BRANCH: 2398 Highway #9, Black Mountain 2871 1 

William Oxendine, 2398 Highway #9, Black Mountain 2871 1 582-5390 

20. COMMUNITY BAPTIST: 1 03 Burton Street, Asheville 28806 

Fred Johnson, 322 Brooklyn Road, Asheville 28803 274-4512 

21. CORINTH: 195 Dix Creek #2, Leicester 28748 

Joel Burton, 1 5 Pleasant Ridge Drive, Asheville 28805 298-9398 

22. CUMBERLAND AVENUE: 119 Cumberland Ave., Asheville 28801 254-4203 
Earl Jones, P. O. Box 1503, Enka NC 28728 665-8536 

23. DEAVERVIEW: P.O. Box 6112, Asheville 28816 252-1591 
Darryl Searcy, 81 Davidson Road, Asheville 28803 274-6737 

24. ECCLESIA BAPTIST: P. O. Box 2365, Fairview 28730 628-9538 

15 Spivey Lake Drive, Fairview 28730 

Mike Anderson, 210 1 / 2 Governor's View Road, Asheville 28805 298-3698 

25. EDGEWOOD: P. O. Box 2260, Candler 28715 667-8012 
Charles Shelton, 140 Park Ridge Avenue, Swannanoa 28778 686-3100 

26. ELK MOUNTAIN: 197 Elk Mountain Road, Asheville 28804 

Mike Woodard, 17 Collins Road, Marshall 28753 778-7729 

27. EMMA: 520 N. Louisiana Avenue, Asheville 28806 253-7512 
Wayne Sorrells, 269 Hi Alta Drive, Asheville 28806 232-0623 

28. EMMA'S GROVE: P. O. Box 1786, Fairview 28730 628-1953 
H. L. Wilson, 35 Oakley Road, Asheville 28803 274-8823 

29. ENKA: P. O. Box 219, Enka 28728 667-2410 
Ron Brown, 13 Forestdale Drive, Asheville 28803 274-4618 

30. ERWIN HILLS: P. O. Box 6903, Asheville 28816 254-6400 
Jonathan Stewart, 13 Brandywine Lane, Asheville 28805 298-9336 

31 . FAIRVIEW: P. O. Box 1 339, Fairview 28730 628-2908 
Todd Royal, P. O. Box 1339, Fairview 28730 628-2908 



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32. FLAT CREEK: 21 Flat Creek Church Road, Weaverville 28787 658-3349 
Barry Fisher, P. O. Box 1044, Weaverville 28787 

33. FOUNTAIN OF LIFE FIRST HISPANIC BAPTIST CHURCH 252-0002 

OF ASHEVILE 

531 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 

Sabos Amador, 55 Tahkieostie Trail, Asheville 28806 281 -3332 

34. FREEDOM: 50 Rice Road, Asheville 28806 252-7125 
Keith Hutchinson, 107 Whispering Hill Drive, Asheville 28804 253-2567 

35. FRIENDSHIP: 240 Haywood Street, Asheville 28801 254-4589 
Jerry Wilson, 242 Whitaker Road, Fairview 28730 628-2203 

36. GASHES CREEK: 308 Gashes Creek Road, Asheville 28803 298-1451 
Charles Sprouse, 1 1 1 Spring Mountain Road, Fairview 28730 628-4526 

37. GLADY: 381 Reeves Cove Road, Candler 28715 665-0590 
Charles Sprinkle, 381 Reeves Cove Road, Candler 28715 667-2369 

38. GRACE: 718 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 254-0841 
Wayne Adkisson, 718 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 254-0841 

39. GRACE AND KNOWLEDGE, 40 Vance Avenue, Black Mountain 2871 1 

Phil Dillingham, 32 Vance Avenue, Black Mountain 2871 1 664-9444 

40. GRASSY BRANCH: P. O. Box 9862, Asheville 2881 5 298-6451 
Ken Sausedo, 12 Pine Spring Drive, Asheville 28805 298-3705 

41 . GROVE STONE: 1 568 Grove Stone Road, Black Mountain 2871 1 686-5501 
Groce Robinson, Interim, 1568 Grove Stone Road, Black Mountain 28711 

42. HOMINY: 1 35 Candler School Road, Candler 2871 5 667-4541 
Joe Yelton, 42 Morgan Branch Estates, Candler 28715 670-7660 

43. INANDA: 590 Brevard Road, Asheville 28806 255-071 1 
Terry House, 15 House Lane, Asheville 28806 667-4360 

44. IVY CREEK: 21 Ivy Baptist Road, Weaverville 28787 

Joe Rice, 221 Wooten Cove Road, Weaverville 28787 645-6429 

45. JUPITER: 750 Jupiter Road, Weaverville 28787 

46 KERLEE: 208 Kerlee Heights Road, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-2277 

Kenneth Rhinehart, P. O. Box 921 , Clyde 28721 627-6898 

47. LAKEWOOD: 807 Rhododendron Avenue, Black Mountain 2871 1 

Tim Gibson, 41 03 US 70W, Marion 28752 724-1 81 3 

48. LAUREL SPRINGS: P. O. Box 1424, Fairview 28730 

Ed Robertson, 66 Ashlyn Lane, Tryon 28782 863-4963 

49. LIBERTY: 875 Monte Vista Road, Candler 28715 667-8100 
Todd Cole, 718 Justice Ridge Road, Candler 2871 5 667-3038 

50. LONG SHOALS: 661 Long Shoals Road, Arden 28704 684-7000 
Roger Rearden, 23 Avery's Creek Road, Arden 28704 687-3804 

51 . MACEDONIA: 1468 Jenkins Valley Road, Alexander 28701 252-6128 
Charles Phillips, 36 Overlook Road, Leicester 28748 683-2941 

52. MAPLE RIDGE: P. O. Box 1 1 8, Candler 2871 5 667-1 821 
Steve Fox, 1 1 Lantern Trail, Candler 28715 665-9866 

53. MERRIMON AVENUE: 283 Merrimon Avenue, Asheville 28801 252-2768 
Jim Russell, 283 Merrimon Avenue, Asheville 28801 252-2768 



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54. MILLS GAP: 370 Mills Gap Road, Asheville 28803 
John Davis, 12 Homewood Drive, Asheville 28803 

55. MORGAN HILL: 594 Barnardsville Highway, Weaverville 28787 
Kevin Garner, P. O. B ox 1565, Canton 28716 

56. MORNINGSIDE: 14 Mineral Springs Road, Asheville 28805 
Joe Babb, Interim, 8 Summit Drive, Arden 28704 

57. MOUNT CARMEL: 200 Mount Carmel Road, Asheville 28806 
Ronnie C. Owen, 1 15 Anders Drive, Asheville 28806 

58. MOUNT OLIVE: 740 Mount Olive Church Road, Asheville 28804 
A. W. Jones, 76 Utopia Road, Asheville 28805 

59 MOUNTAIN VIEW: 2221 North Fork Rd., Black Mountain 2871 1 
Kevin Bennett, 10 Asbury Place, Candler 28715 

60. NEW LIBERTY: 625 Olivette Road, Asheville 28804 
Garry Rogers, 520 Olivette Road, Asheville 28804 

61. NEW LIFE COMMUNITY CHURCH, 1417 Riverside Drive 

Asheville 28804 
Steve Harris, 37 Mark Twain Road, Asheville 28805 

62. NEW MORGAN HILL: 370 Lake Drive, Candler 28715 
Roy Houston, 374 Case Cove Road, Candler 2871 5 

63. NEW SALEM: P. O. Box 421 , Skyland, NC 28776 
Roger Kuykendall, 12 Holcombe Dr. Asheville, NC 28806 

64. NEWBRIDGE: 1 99 Elkwood Avenue, Asheville 28804 
Clark Henderson, 197 Elkwood Avenue, Asheville 28804 

65. NEWFOUND: P. O. Box 6, Leicester 28748 
Mark A. Ball, 19 Westmont Road, Asheville 28806 

66. NORTH POINT: 119 Monticello Road, Weaverville 28787 
Gray Little, 119 Monticello Road, Weaverville 28787 

67. OAK GROVE: 1 552 Cane Creek Road, Fletcher 28732 
Tommy Wilkes, 16 Pressley Lane, Fairview 28730 

68. OAKLEY: 70 Fairview Avenue, Asheville 28803 
Tom Pierce, 2 Cypress Drive, Asheville 28803 

69. OTEEN: P. O. Box 9128, Asheville 28815 

J. Billy Graham (Interim), P. O. Box 93, Ridgecrest 28770 

70. PINE BURR PARK: 389 Weaverville Highway, Asheville 28804 
Gary Haynes, 400 Fletcher Martin Road, Alexander 28701 

71. PINE FOREST: 102 Ivy Hill Road, Weaverville 28787 
Don Metcalf, 100 Ivy Hill Road, Weaverville 28787 

72. PLEASANT HILL: 754 Aiken Road, Asheville 28804 
Keith Watkins, 75 Gilbert Road, Leicester 28748 

73. POLE CREEK: 96 Snow Hill Church Road, Candler 2871 5 
Dennis Thurman, 5 Owl Wood Drive, Candler 28715 

74. REED MEMORIAL: 756 Fairview Road, Asheville 28803 
Randy Melton, 445 Chunn's Cove Road, Asheville 28805 

75. REYNOLDS: 520 Rose Hill Road, Asheville 28803 
Robert Smith, 1096 Sharon Ridge Road, Fairview 28730 



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76. RIDGECREST: P. O. Box 53, Ridgecrest 28770 
Bob Blaylock, P. O. Box 53, Ridgecrest 28770 

77. RIDGEWAY: 525 Old 19/23 Highway, Candler 28715 
Jackie Collins, 525 Old 19/23 Highway, Candler 28715 

78. RIVERSIDE: P. 0. Box 8623, Asheville 28814 

John Honeycutt, 5 Mountain Terrace, Asheville 28806 

79. SAND HILL: P. O. Box 16853, Asheville 28816 
Ricky McCarson, P. O. Box 16853, Asheville 28816 

80. SKYLAND: P. 0. Box 278, Skyland 28776 

David Honeycutt, 45 Meadowbrook Drive, Candler 28715 

81 . SOUTH ASHEVILLE: P. O. Box 1 5061 , Asheville 2881 3 
Scott Lynch (Interim), 180 Crescent Hill, Arden 28704 

82. STARNES COVE: 149 Starnes Cove Road, Asheville 28806 
Charles C. Sams, 44 Paul Bridges Road, Alexander 28701 

83. SULPHUR SPRINGS PARK: 12 Hi Alta Avenue, Asheville 28806 
Robert E. Harris, P. O. Box 67, Asheville 28802 

84. SUNRISE: 41 9 Deaverview Road, Asheville 28806 
Bill Higgins, 46 Hi Alta Avenue, Asheville 28806 

85. SWANNANOA FIRST: P. O. Box 39, Swannanoa 28778 
Stephen Rayburn, P. O. Box 39, Swannanoa 28778 

86. TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: P. O. Box 2040, Fairview 28730 
Stephen Harris, P. O. Box 1427, Fairview 28730 

87. TURKEY CREEK: P. 0. Box 570, Leicester 28748 

Ricky Townsend, 50 Dix Creek Chapel Road, Asheville 28806 

88. VICTORY: 80 Olivette Road, Asheville 28804 

D. Larry Sprinkle, 201 Macedonia Road, Asheville 28804 

89. WEAVERVILLE FIRST: P. 0. Box 547, Weaverville 28787 
James McCoy, Jr. P. O. Box 547, Weaverville 28787 

90. WEST ASHEVILLE: 926 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 

J. W. Hutchens (Interim), 926 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 

91 . WESTWOOD: 1 50 Westwood Place, Asheville 28806 

Earl Moseley, Interim, 750 Woodland Ridge, Asheville 28804 

92. WHITE ROCK: P. O. Box 1277, Candler 28715 

Greg Metcalf, 91 Medford Branch Road, Candler 28715 

93. WILKEY: 3 Biggs Drive, Black Mountain 2871 1 
Gene Biggs, 3 Biggs Drive, Black Mountain 28711 

94. WOODLAND HILLS, 50 Woodland Hills Road, Asheville 28804 
Joe Dillon, 103 Elk Lane, Weaverville 28787 

95. ZION HILL: 1008 Newfound Road, Leicester 28748 
Bobby Smith, 549 N. Turkey Creek Road, Leicester 28748 



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NEW CHURCH STARTS: 

Blue Ridge Cowboy Church, 1301 Fanning Bridge Road, Fletcher 28732 

Jeff Smith, 11014 Sam Black Road, Midland NC 281 07 704-521 -6371 



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Crux, Mission of New Life Community Church 

Bryan Robbins, 62 Royal Oak Road, Arden 28704 337-3990 

Iglesia Bautista Hispana, 119 Monticello Road, Weaverville 28787 

Samuel Rodriguez, 71 Sulphur Springs Road, Asheville 28806-2619 253-1563 



CHURCH STAFF IN BUNCOMBE BAPTIST CHURCHES 
(Full-time, part-time, and volunteer) 

MINISTERS OF MUSIC AND WORSHIP 

ANTIOCH: Melanie Barber, 85 Calloway Drive, Bamardsville 28709 626-3107 

ARDEN FIRST: Elaine Gregg, 3839 Sweeten Creek Road, Arden 28704 684-6780 

ASHEVILLE FBC: Clark Sorrells, 5 Oak Street, Ashesville 28801 252-4781 

BALD MOUNTAIN: Mike Steppe, 1080 N. Ridge Road, 685-8641 

Hendersonville 28739 
BARNARDSVILLE: Phoebe Currie, 117 Dula Springs Road, Weaverville 28787 645-5858 

BEAVERDAM: Mike Robinson, 314 Browntown Road, Leicester 28748 683-4744 

BENT CREEK: Autumn Wright, 1554 Brevard Road, Asheville 28806 667-9818 

BEREA: Benny Autrey, 145 McFalls Road, Asheville 28805 298-2751 

BETHEL: Ralph Long, 1 1 1 E. Wonder Road, Leicester 28748 683-2712 
BILTMORE: Address and Telephone number for all staff will be: 

35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 

Carl Setterlind, Director of Music 

Doug Phillips, Director, School of Music 

Josh Fowler, Exalt Ministry Assistant 

Tiffany Ballinger, Exalt Ministry Assistant 687-1 1 1 1 

Cynthia Howe, Exalt Ministry Assistant/Worship Producer 

BLACK MOUNTAIN FIRST: Ron Springs, P. O. Box 656, 669-6461 

Black Mountain 28711 
BROWN'S CHAPEL: R. J. McCombs 

BUCKEYE: Myron Crowe, 514 Blue Ridge Road, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-6672 

CALVARY: Donald N. Welborn, 531 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-7301 

CALVARY OF FAIRVIEW: Brian Ponder, P. O. Box 86, Fairview 28730 628-0012 
CELEBRATION CHURCH: Chuck Lingelbach, 17 Clearbrook Road 

Asheville 28805 
CHRISTIAN CREEK: Kenneth Banks, 94 Dillingham Circle, Asheville 28805' 298-3472 

CORINTH: Jerry Owens, 97 Mink Farm Road, Leicester 28748 683-1 346 

CUMBERLAND AVENUE: Terry Miller, P.O. Box 100, Enka 28728 505-0051 

DEAVERVIEW: Norma Carroll, P. O. Box 1562, Weaverville 28787 645-7410 

ECCLESIA: Daniel Martin, 30 Thorn Ridge Road, Asheville 28803 299-8537 

EDGEWOOD: Lela Lindsey, 1897 Pisgah Highway, Candler 28715 667-3416 

EMMA: Virgie Sorrells 269 Hi Alta Ave., Asheville 28806 232-0623 

EMMA'S GROVE: Claudia Harrison, 43 Robey Lane, Fletcher 28732 628-2715 



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ENKA: Beverly Hamilton, 15 Flowering Dogwood Drive, Candler 28715 665-7329 

FAIRVIEW BAPTIST: Sandra Royal, 465 Hollywood Road, Fairview 28730 628-7072 

FLAT CREEK: Anthony Angel, 1 37 Mayberry Drive, Asheville 28804 253-0631 

FREEDOM: Robert Hollifield, 18 Alexis Drive, Leicester 28748 683-4252 
FRIENDSHIP: Don Wallace, 150 Ardmore Street, Asheville 28803 

GASHES CREEK: Robby Treadway, 435 Emma's Grove Road 628-4040 

Fletcher 28732 

GLADY: Albert Crowe, 580 Upper Glady Fork Road, Candler 28715 667-4320 

GRACE: Rick Ramsey, 15 Countryside Drive, Asheville 28806 236-9282 

GRASSY BRANCH: Robby Webb, 102 MacDougall Lane, Weaverville 28787 645-5780 

GROVE STONE: Crystal Kilgore, 48 Zanmi Road, Swannanoa 28778 299-0396 

HOMINY: Kristen Dominquez, P.O. Box 1758, Candler 28715 667-4082 

INANDA: Sarah Ray, 269 Lower Christ School Road, Fletcher 28732 684-5428 

KERLEE: Ronnie Pressley, 101 Hutchins Road, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-9283 

LAKEWOOD: Linda Roberts, 814 Cherokee Ave, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-6102 

LAUREL SPRINGS: Hardy Owenby, 809 Ridge Road, Asheville 28806 254-2972 

LIBERTY: Ken Singleton, P. O. Box 1475, Enka 28728 665-9664 

LONG SHOALS: Brenda Nybro, 21 West Haven Lane, Arden 28704 687-2782 

MACEDONIA, Teresa Boyer, 106 Old Newfound Road, Leicester 28748 683-2402 

MERRIMON AVENUE: Jonathan Gibson, 283 Merrimon Ave., Asheville 28801 252-2768 

MILLS GAP: Rebecca Davis, 12 Homewood Drive, Asheville 28803 299-0206 

MORGAN HILL: Linda Childers, 21 1 Morgan Branch Rd, Weaverville 28787 645-341 1 

MORNINGSIDE: Joyce Conner, 3 Kildare Place, Asheville 28806 254-2127 

MOUNT CARMEL: Mike Cribbs, 200 Mount Carmel Road, Asheville 28806 254-4688 

MOUNT OLIVE: Don Penland, 78 Utopia Road, Asheville 28805 252-3431 

MOUNTAIN VIEW: J. R. Rhodes, 781 Zelda Court, Hendersonville 28792 696-2906 

NEW LIBERTY: Willis Henson, 103 Rhymer Road, Alexander 28701 683-2162 

NEW LIFE: Jane Holt, 1417 Riverside Drive, Asheville 28804 254-0040 

NEW MORGAN HILL: Joyce Blankenship, 583 Enka Lake Rd., Candler 28715 667-1640 

NEW SALEM: Betty Meece, 63 New Rockwood Road, Arden 28704 684-0412 

NEWBRIDGE: Jill Satterfield, 103 Rough Point Court, Asheville 28806 665-0481 

NEWFOUND: Bob Moon, P. O. Box 6, Leicester 28748 683-3178 

NORTH POINT: Bart Culpepper, 1 19 Monticello Road, Weaverville 28787 658-2226 

OAK GROVE: Ralph Parker, 5 Village Park Drive, Weaverville 28787 658-5185 

OAKLEY: J. C. Arrowood, 9 Botany Court, Asheville 28803 298-0685 

OTEEN: Lelia Moore, 4 Forest Lane, Asheville 28805 296-1632 

PINE BURR PARK: Kay Haynes, 400 Fletcher Martin Road, Alexander 28701 683-3316 

PINE FOREST: LaMarr Hyatt, 126 Stockton Road, Weaverville 28787 626-2573 

POLE CREEK: Connie Weeks, 96 Snow Hill Church Road, Candler 2871 5 667-4053 

REED MEMORIAL: Tara Lewis, 94 Briggs Drive, Candler 2871 5 667-031 7 

REYNOLDS: Mandy Knox, 1079 Sharon Ridge Road, Fairview 28730 628-9629 

RIDGECREST: Roy Bridell, P. O. Box 212, Ridgecrest 28770 669-2256 

RIDGEWAY: Scott Sprinkle, 75 Craggy Avenue, Asheville 28806 253-1 746 

RIVERSIDE: Sonya Honeycutt, 5 Mountain Terrace, Asheville 28806 254-8734 

SKYLAND: Patricia Honeycutt, P. O. Box 278, Skyland 28776 684-7214 

SOUTH ASHEVILLE: Cathy Pressley, 75 Old Lime Kiln Road, Arden 28704 684-7182 



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SUNRISE: Jerry Frady, 1 94 Morgan Cove Road, Candler 2871 5 667-1 853 

SWANNANOA FIRST: Dan Snyder, P. 0. Box 39, Swannanoa 28778 686-5123 

TURKEY CREEK: Terry Ponder, 44 Olympic Drive, Leicester 28748 683-1245 

VICTORY: Don Davis, 110 Olivette Road, Asheville 28804 254-2766 

WEAVERVILLE: Jane McCoy, P. O. Box 547, Weaverville 28787 645-6720 

WEST ASHEVILLE: Judd Hollifield, 926 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-9824 

WHITE ROCK: Neal Brown, 41 Old Fort Road, Fairview 28730 777-271 1 
WOODLAND HILLS: John Setterlind, 50 Woodland Hills Road, Asheville 28804 658-2554 

ZION HILL: Karen Sams, 292 Potato Branch Road, Leicester 28748 683-4389 

ASSOCIATE PASTORS 

BENT CREEK: Sam Bennett, 1554 Brevard Road, Asheville 28806 667-9818 

BEREA: Tim Earwood, 61 Hickory Tree Road, Asheville 28805 299-7092 

BILTMORE: Address and telephone number for all staff will be: 

35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 

Sam McLamb, Pastor to Single Adults 

Bill Cleminson, Pastor to Married Adults, 

Dr. Ian Walker, Pastor to Senior Adults, 

Carl Toth, Pastor of Ministry Development 

Dr. Richard Eley, Pastor of H.O.P.E. Network, 

Steve Cassell, Pastor or H.O.P.E. Network 

Chad Eaton, Pastor of Sports Outreach Ministry, 

David Gaines, Assoc. Pastor of Exalt Ministries 

Steve Cassell, Pastor of HOPE Network 
CELEBRATION CHURCH: Al Harrell, 69 Alexander Road, Weaverville 28787 645-5663 
FREEDOM: Everette Haney, 160 O'Donald Road, Asheville 28806 683-1 144 

MOUNTAIN VIEW: Foster Massey, 886 Buckeye Access Road, 299-01 12 

Swannanoa 28778 
RIDGEWAY: Scott Sprinkle, 11 Alabama Avenue, Asheville 28806 253-1746 

TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: Stacey Harris, 535 Dye Leaf Road, Fairview 28730 628-4447 
WOODLAND HILLS: William Newton, III, 112 Robinhood Road, 658-2554 

Asheville 28804 

Dick Helming, 224 Spring Drive, Mars Hill 28754 658-2554 

ZION HILL: DeRoy Clark, P.O. Box 373, Leicester 28748 683-2613 

MINISTERS OF MISSION 

BILTMORE: Mike McKee, Pastor Evangelism & Missions, 35 Clayton Road, 687-1 1 1 1 

Arden 28704 

NORTH POINT: Johnny Byrd, 119 Monticello Road, Weaverville 28787 658-2226 

NEWBRIDGE: Charles Alonso, P.O. Box 132, Spruce Pine 28777 775-0009 



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MINISTERS OF EDUCATION 

ARDEN FIRST: Jeff Porter, 3839 Sweeten Creek Road, Arden 28704 684-6780 

ASHEVILLE FBC: Tom Bratton, Jr., 5 Oak Street, Asheville 28801 252-4781 

BEREA: Jim Holmes, 1 1 3 Briarbrook Road, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-5384 

BILTMORE: Ryland Whitehom, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 

CELEBRATION CHURCH: Al Harrell, 69 Alexander Road, Weaverville 28787 645-5663 

EMMA'S GROVE: Cathe Burleson, P. 0. Box 541, Arden 28704 684-6837 

HOMINY: Trey Doyle, 135 Candler School Road, Candler 28715 667-4541 

MERRIMON AVENUE: Larry Basinger, 283 Merrimon Avenue, 252-2768 

Asheville 28801 

MOUNTAIN VIEW: Mike Williams, 202 Bent Creek Road, Asheville 28806 665-3853 

NEW LIFE COMMUNITY: Jay Womack, 1417 Riverside Drive, 254-0040 

Asheville 28804 

NORTH POINT: Bryan Smith, 119 Monticello Road, Weaverville 28787 658-2226 

POLE CREEK: Terry Hollifield, 96 Snow Hill Church Road, Candler 28715 667-4053 

SKYLAND: Joe Harrell, P. O. Box 278, Skyland 28776 684-7214 

SWANNANOA FBC: Karen Bonds, P. O. Box 39, Swannanoa 28778 686-5123 

TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: Stephen Summers, P. 0. Box 2040, Fairview 28730 628-1 188 

WEAVERVILLE FBC: Marie Phillips, P. O. Box 547, Weaverville 28787 645-6720 

MINISTERS OF YOUTH/STUDENTS 

ANTIOCH: Donna Banks, 208 Hamburg Mountain Road, Weaverville 28787 215-6217 

ARDEN FIRST: Jeff Porter, 3839 Sweeten Creek Road, Arden 28704 684-6780 

BEAVERDAM: Sandra Hester, 30 Valley Drive, Weaverville 28787 658-9549 

BENT CREEK: Steve Linhart, 1554 Brevard Road, Asheville 28806 667-9818 

BEREA: Tim Earwood, 61 Hickory Tree Rd., Asheville 28805 299-7092 

BILTMORE: Ashley Evans, Middle School, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 

BLACK MOUNTAIN FIRST: Scot Davis, P.O. Box 656, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-6461 

CALVARY: Stuart Greene, 531 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-7301 

CELEBRATION CHURCH: Daniel Reese, 38 Teaberry Lane 231 -1 764 

Weaverville 28787 

CHRISTIAN CREEK: Tresa Carter, 40 New Salem Road, Swannanoa 28778 296-0145 

CORINTH: Marie Peterson, 69 Freedom Farm Road, Leicester 28748 683-1869 

CUMBERLAND AVENUE: Terry Miller, 119 Cumberland Avenue 505-0051 

Asheville 28801 

DEAVERVIEW: Ruby Austin, 580 Cedar Hill Road, Asheville 28806 255-0318 

ECCLESIA: Andrew Bumette, 35 Old Fort Road, Fairview 28730 691-1 252 

EDGEWOOD: John Long, 25 Pine Knoll, Asheville 28806 665-0831 

EMMA: Scott & Cindy Ireland, 149 Old Leicester Hwy., Asheville 28804 253-1690 

EMMA'S GROVE: Tim Sanders, 407 Emma's Grove Road, Fletcher 28732 628-0456 

FAIRVIEW: John Parker, 32 Church Road, Fairview 28730 628-2908 

FLAT CREEK: Anthony Angel, 1 39 Mulberry Drive, Asheville 28804 253-0631 
FRIENDSHIP: Don Wallace, 150 Ardmore Street, Asheville 28803 

GRASSY BRANCH: Barry Nichols, 1 13 First Street, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-2865 



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GROVESTONE: Crystal Kilgore, 48 Zanmi Road, Swannanoa, 28778 299-0396 

HOMINY: Trey Doyle, 135 Candler School Road, Candler 28715 667-4541 

INANDA: Jason Wood, 830 Hutch Mountain Road, Fletcher 28732 684-6766 

LIBERTY: Jerry Gilliam, 82 Ridge Road, Candler 28715 775-1267 

MACEDONIA: Duke Seager, 11 Hawkins Drive, Leicester 28748 683-3137 
MERRIMON AVENUE: Larry Basinger, 283 Merrimon Avenue, Asheville 28801 252-2768 

MORGAN HILL: Don Garrison, 105 Ivey Hill Road, Weaverville 28787 345-9880 

MOUNT CARMEL: Teddy Winter, 200 Mount Carmel Road, Asheville 28806 254-4688 

NEW LIFE: Ted Stump, 141 7 Riverside Drive, Asheville 28804 254-0040 

NEWBRIDGE: Allen & Brenda Pounders, 20 White Cedar Dr, 645-5835 

Weaverville 28787 

NEWFOUND: Charles Cole, P.O. Box 6, Leicester 28748 683-3178 

NORTH POINT: Mark Moore, 119 Monticello Road, Weaverville 28787 658-2226 

OAK GROVE: Jesse Looney, 585 Lower Brush Creek Road, Fletcher 28732 628-0578 

OAKLEY: Robby Moore, 6 New Home Road, Marshall 28753 683-4879 

OTEEN: Jimmy Tambini, 4 Forest Lane, Asheville 28805 296-1632 

PLEASANT HILL: Will Hyatt, 607 Clark's Chapel Road, Weaverville 28787 658-0086 

POLE CREEK: Aaron Burgner, 58 Tipton Farm Road, Candler 28715 670-7246 

REED MEMORIAL: Jerry Wagner, 31 Smoke Tree Road, Candler 28715 680-9596 

REYNOLDS: Brad Knox, 1079 Sharon Ridge Road, Fairview 28730 628-3629 

RIDGEWAY: David Shope, 357 Dogwood Road, Candler 28715 667-0561 

RIVERSIDE: Patrick Hanrahan, 307 Green Vale Court, Leicester 28748 683-3148 

SKYLAND: Robert Ponder, 45 Ivy Cove Road, Fairview 28730 628-0223 

STARNES COVE: Brent Merreil, 1 054 Scruggs Circle, Canton 2871 6 235-1 704 

SUNRISE: Jim McMillan, 6 Bramble Court, Arden 28704 684-3712 

SWANNANOA FIRST: Karen Bonds, P. O. Box 39, Swannanoa 28778 686-5123 

TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: Adam Guice, 49 Fern Street, Asheville 28803 273-1368 

TURKEY CREEK: Jeremy Hyatt, 1 085 Alexander Road, Leicester 28748 683-9683 

VICTORY: Donald Davis, 110 Olivette Road, Asheville 28804 254-2766 

WEAVERVILLE FBC: Blake Hall, P. O. Box 547, Weaverville 28787 645-6720 

WEST ASHEVILLE: Tony Hooper, 926 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-9824 

WHITE ROCK: John Parker, P. O. Box 2302, Fairview 28730 627-9573 

WOODLAND HILLS: Scott Reece, 50 Woodiand Hills Road, Asheville 28804 658-2554 

ZION HILL: Susan Holt, P. O. Box 471, Leicester 28748 683-4413 

MINISTERS OF CHILDREN 

ANTIOCH: Donna Banks, 208 Hamburg Mountain Road, Weaverville 28787 215-6217 

BEAVERDAM: Lorraine Reinhardt, 22 Meadowview Road, Asheville 28804 253-0342 

BENT CREEK: Renee' Jenkins, 1554 Brevard Road, Asheville 28806 667-9818 

BEREA: Becky Reed, 1 1 Delia Ree Lane, Swannanoa 28778 298-2459 

BEVERLY HILLS: Marilyn Greene, 16 Lovers Loop, Asheville 28803 298-1093 

BILTMORE: Bill Keel, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 

Carla Humberg, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 

Tere Tritt, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 

BLACK MOUNTAIN FIRST: Scot Davis, P.O. Box 656, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-6461 



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CALVARY: Elmer Perry, 531 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-7301 

CELEBRATION CHURCH: Carrie Martin, 36 Mundy Cove 645-6237 

Weaverville 28787 

CHRISTIAN CREEK: Misty Fuller, 435 Dillingham Circle, Asheville 28805 298-7341 

CORINTH: Sharolyn Curenton, 94 Skyland Circle, Asheville 28804 251-2607 

CUMBERLAND. Patricia Jones, P.O. Box 1503, Enka 28728 665-8536 

DEAVERVIEW: Kina Corbin, 15 Morgan Blvd., Arden 28704 779-9460 

ECCLESIA: Karen Doucette, 1 1 Miller Road, Fairview 28730 628-1945 

EDGEWOOD: Rhonda Bugbee, 35 Shadowbrook Drive, Candler 2871 5 665-91 1 1 

EMMA: Evelyn Fouts, 202 Skyview Drive, Waynesville 28786 456-7293 

EMMA'S GROVE: Cathe Burleson, P.O. Box 541 , Arden 28704 684-6837 

FAIRVIEW: Niki Flannigan, 214 Garren Creek Road, Fairview 28730 628-3025 

FRIENDSHIP: Shannon Birmingham, 57 Vanderbilt Terrace, Asheville 28806 665-9700 

GRASSY BRANCH: Naomi Burton, 44 Sunnybrook Drive, Asheville 28805 298-7609 

HOMINY: Trey Doyle, 1 35 Candler School Road, Candler 2871 5 667-4541 

INANDA: Betty Jo Pressley, 918 Sand Hill Road, Asheville 28806 667-8164 

LIBERTY: Geri Spangler, 670 Justice Ridge Road, Candler 28715 665-7483 

MERRIMON AVENUE: Carole Ramsey, 283 Merrimon Avenue, 252-2768 

Asheville 28801 

MORGAN HILL: Linda Childers, 21 1 Morgan Branch Rd., Weaverville 28787 645-341 1 

MORNINGSIDE: Janice Worley, 34 Cassada Road, Marshall 28753 683-0847 

MOUNT CARMEL: Bridget King, P. O. Box 1 139, Leicester 28748 683-0416 

MOUNTAIN VIEW: Lynn Bennett, 1 Asbury Place, Candler 2871 5 667-421 

NEW LIFE COMMUNITY: Heather Pott, 1417 Riverside Dr., Asheville 28804 254-0040 

NEW MORGAN HILL: Debra Kilby, 30 Oakwood Road, Candler 28715 665-7606 

NEWBRIDGE: Pam Greene, 53 Pelzer Street, Asheville 28804 254-1 527 

NEWFOUND: Cheryl Thompson, P. O. Box 177, Balsam 28707 452-5761 

NORTH POINT: Forrest Shehann, 119 Monticello Road, Weaverville 28787 658-2226 

OAKLEY: Susan Kittel, 1 80 Windover Drive, Fletcher 28732 890-4324 

PINE BURR PARK: Kay Haynes, 400 Fletcher Martin Rd., Alexander 28701 683-3316 

POLE CREEK: Kim Jenkins, 151 Prevost Street, Waynesville 28786 456-3929 

REYNOLDS: Phyllis Smith, 1096 Sharon Ridge Road, Fairview 28730 628-9783 

RIDGEWAY: Trisha Bond, P. O. Box 16694, Asheville 28816 665-7119 

RIVERSIDE: Stephanie Honeycutt, 18 Oakmont Terrace, Asheville 28806 253-4659 

SKYLAND: Sherri Poteet, P. O. Box 278, Skyland 28776 684-7214 

STARNES Cove: Monica Merrell, 149 Starnes Cove Road, Asheville 28806 667-1 193 

SUNRISE: Jim McMillan, 6 Bramble Court, Arden 28704 684-3712 

SWANNANOA FBC: Karen Bonds, P. O. Box 39, Swannanoa 28778' 686-5123 

TRINITY AT FAIRVIEW: Tammy Harris, 535 Dye Leaf Lane, Fairview 28730 628-4447 

TURKEY CREEK: Rachel Hyatt, 1085 Alexander Road, Leicester 28748 683-9683 
VICTORY: Amy Myers, 48 Gosnell Road, Asheville 28804 

WEST ASHEVILLE: Kelly Tatham, 926 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-9826 

WHITE ROCK: Jeff Hall, 20 Lower Glady Road, Candler 2871 5 667-4933 

WOODLAND HILLS: Sherry Campbell, 19 Clifton Place, Asheville 28804 658-1622 



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MINISTERS OF PRESCHOOL 

ANTIOCH: Donna Banks, 208 Hamburg Mountain Road, Weaverville 28787 215-6217 

BEREA: Nancy Autrey, 15 Gentle Breeze Lane, Asheville 28805 298-1876 

BILTMORE: Vicki Jennings, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 

CELEBRATION CHURCH: Kathy Harrell, 69 Alexander Road 645-5663 

Weaverville 28787 

CHRISTIAN CREEK: Jean Sawyer, 51 1 Christian Creek Road 298-7494 

Swannanoa 28778 

CORINTH: Faye Owens, 97 Mink Farm Road, Leicester 28748 683-1 346 

CUMBERLAND: Pat Jones, 1 1 9 Cumberland Avenue, Asheville 28801 254-4203 

DEAVERVIEW: Kathy Horvath, 125 Darcus Lane, Asheville 28806 285-8778 

EDGEWOOD: Rhonda Bugbee, 35 Shadowbrook Drive, Candler 28715 665-91 1 1 

EMMA: Helen Marlowe, 445 Upper Brush Creek Road, Fletcher 28732 628-2076 

FAIRVIEW: Niki Flannigan, 214 Garren Creek Road, Fairview 28730 628-3025 

FLAT CREEK: Elaine Blanton, P. O. Box 752, Weaverville 28787 645-7910 

FRIENDSHIP: Debbie Piercy, 1 94 Gravely Branch Road, Fletcher 28732 628-1 833 

GRASSY BRANCH: Suzie Merrell, 76 Emma's Grove Rd., Fletcher 28732 628-1567 

INANDA: Grace Fathke, 12 Greenvale Drive, Leicester 28748 683-9476 

LONG SHOALS: Mary Lou Warrick, 76 Ball Gap Road, Arden 28704 684-7922 

MERRIMON AVENUE: Carole Ramsey, 283 Merrimon Avenue, 252-2768 

Asheville 28801 

MORGAN HILL: Donna Bumette, 876 Barnardsville Hwy., Weaverville 28787 626-2202 

MORNINGSIDE: Janice Worley, 34 Cassada Road, Marshall 28753 683-0847 

MOUNT CARMEL: Maxine Hodges, 440 Sandy Mush Creek Road, 683-1674 

Leicester 28748 
NEW LIFE COMMUNITY: Heather Pott, 1417 Riverside Drive, Asheville 28804 254-0040 
NEW MORGAN HILL: Lisa Laney, 91 Audria Drive, Candler 28715 

NEWFOUND: Pat Jackson, 1 18 Old NC Hwy 63, Leicester 28748 683-2777 

NORTH POINT: Brandy Barnwell, 1 19 Monticello Road, Weaverville 28787 658-2226 

OAK GROVE: Celia Nesbitt, P.O. Box 1332, Fletcher 28732 628-1956 

OAKLEY: Lisa Sulkowski, 8 Waterford Court, Asheville 28806 252-0433 

POLE CREEK: Kim Jenkins, 9 Prevost Street, Waynesville 28786 456-3929 

REED MEMORIAL: Tom Miller, 756 Fairview Road, Asheville 28803 628-2294 

RIDGEWAY: Carolyn Wilson, 50 Indian Trail Road, Candler 2871 5 667-3086 

RIVERSIDE: Stephanie Honeycutt, 18 Oakmont Terrace, Asheville 28806 253-4659 

SKYLAND: Sherri Poteet, P. O. Box 278, Skyland 28776 684-7214 
STARNES COVE: Mary Ann Riggins, 94 English Drive, Candler 2871 5 

TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: Sandra Harris, P. O. Box 1427, Fairview 28730 628-3136 
VICTORY: Judy Herron, 139 Lee's Creek Road, Asheville 28806 

WEAVERVILLE FIRST: Claire Rector, P. O. Box 1407, Weaverville 28787 645-6596 

WEST ASHEVILLE: Kelly Tatham, 926 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-9824 

WOODLAND HILLS: Sherry Campbell, 19 Clifton Place, Asheville 28804 658-1622 



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BUSINESS ADMINISTRATORS 

BILTMORE: Ron Setran, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 

DeeAnne Lancaster (Accounting and Development) 35 Clayton Road, 687-1 1 1 1 
Arden 28704 

CALVARY: Lennie Thornton, 531 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-7301 

GRACE: Rick Ramsey, 718 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 254-0841 

NEWBRIDGE: Allen Pounders, 20 White Cedar Drive, Weaverville 28787 645-5835 

WEST ASHEVILLE: Darren Browning, 926 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-9824 

WOODLAND HILLS: Bill Newton, 112 Robinhood Road, Asheville 28804 713-1804 

SECRETARIES 

ANTIOCH: Donna Banks, 208 Hamburg Mountain Road, Weaverville 28787 215-6217 
ARDEN FIRST: Barbara Barrier, 3839 Sweeten Creek Road, Arden 28704 684-6780 

Teresa Lackey, 3839 Sweeten Creek Road, Arden 28704 684-6780 

BEAVERDAM: Sylvania Deweese, 10 Upland Road, Asheville 28804 253-2946 

BENT CREEK: Inez Whiteside, 1554 Brevard Rd, Asheville 28806 667-9818 

BEREA: Gloria King, 352 Shope Creek Rd., Asheville 28805 298-6970 

BEVERLY HILLS: Nancy Ingle, 777 Tunnel Road, Asheville 28805 298-4623 

BILTMORE: Address and telephone number for all staff will be: 

35 Clayton Road Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 

Jill Toth 

Sheri Johnson 

Shelby Hawkins 

Sheila Austin 

Gayle Donaldson 

Trina Lane 

JoAnne Lord 

Quida Ray 

Sue Bailey 

Jane McConnell 

Mary Brookshire 

Kim Mericle 

Michelle Alexander 

Nellie Brevard 

Kate Mclntyre 

Christine Maloney 

Cynthia Cook 

Susan Evans 

Susie Stephens 

Sherry Long 

Sandy Gaines 

OTHER STAFF: 

Carrie Holmes, Office Manager 

Michael Wagner, Accounting Assistant 



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Lance Mericle, Director of Graphic Design 

Stacey Chacon, Graphic Designer 

Melissa Cole, Graphic Designer 

Debbie Hrncir, Director of Human Resources/Hospitality 

Keith Einsman, Director of Operations 

Doug Metcalf, Operations Assistant 

Jack Davis, Operations Assistant 

Steve Long, Operations Assistant 

Carroll Bruce, Operations Assistant 

Josh Allen, Operations Assistant 

Paul Zoller, Operations Assistant 

Tony Blake, Operations Assistant 

Justin Reeves, Operations Assistant 

Bill Schumacher, Facilities Manager 

Elaine Elliott, Hostess 

Jo Proffit, Hostess 

Elizabeth Saunders, Career Counselor 

Thomas Freeman, Food Services Director 

Bill Gryder, Kitchen Manager 

Bryan Cook, Line Cook 

Tonya Shipman, Line Cook 

Donna Ratte, Server 

Judy Dospoy, Server 

Don Owenbey, Cashier 

Brandon Rice, Steward 

Dottie Setran, Bookstore Manager 

Joann Ownbey, Bookstore Assistant 

Pat Johnson, Bookstore Assistant 

Shelley Johnson, Bookstore Assistant 

Marty Hillyer, Bookstore Assistant 

Kelly Williams, Director of Ministry Placement 

Dave Duncan, Technical Director 

Dawn Keel, Staffing Strategist 

Eric Alexander, Technical Support Specialist 

Wesley Jones, IT Manager 

Jane Prevost, HOPE Network Counselor 

Naomi Fogo, HOPE Network Counselor 

Kim Turner, HOPE Network Assistant 

Kendra Cathey, Program Event Coordinator 

Marilyn Bennett, Sports Outreach PLACE Assistant 

Wayne Clark, Director of Church Development and Major Projects 

Diane Smith, Media Center Assistant 
BLACK MOUNTAIN FIRST: Martha Moore, P. 0. Box 656, 669-6461 

Black Mountain 28711 

Becky Swann, P.O. Box 656, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-6461 

CALVARY: Betty Chisolm, 531 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-7301 



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CALVARY OF FAIRVIEW: Kathy Thorpe, P. 0. Box 86, Fairview 28730 628-0012 

CELEBRATION CHURCH: Summer Reese, 38 Teaberry Lane 768-6302 

Weaverville 28787 

CHRISTIAN CREEK: Ina B. Owenby, 20 Larry James Drive, Asheville 28805 298-1851 

EMMA'S GROVE: Tina Droddy, P. O. Box 1343, Fletcher 28732 687-4034 

ENKA: Carolyn Norvell, 28 Stradley Mountain Road, #8, Asheville 28806 667-2410 

FAIRVIEW: Patty Rhodes, P. O. Box 219, Fairview 28730 628-2908 

FLAT CREEK: Mildred Ray, 35 Flat Creek Church Road, Weaverville 28787 658-3349 

FREEDOM: Linda Silvers, 28 Pennsylvania Ave. , Asheville 28806 252-1 085 

FRIENDSHIP: Debbie Piercy, 194 Gravely Branch Road, Fletcher 28732 628-1833 

GLADY: Mary J. Woods, P. 0. Box 531 , Enka 28728 667-3806 

Frances Warren, 1 5 Glady Knoll, Candler 2871 5 667-0200 

GRACE: Barbara Kanipe, 5 Belleair Road, Asheville 28806 254-8544 

GRASSY BRANCH: Carol Manley, 599 N. Louisiana Ave., Asheville 28806 255-0747 

GROVE STONE: Joan Barnwell, 203 Richmond Avenue, Swannanoa 28778 686-3718 

HOMINY: Melissa Hughes, 214 Arrowhead Lane, Asheville 28806 683-1836 

INANDA: Juanita Webb, P. 0. Box 1141, Weaverville 28787 658-0361 

Jennie Price, 20 Stroud Valley Road, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-5788 

LAUREL SPRINGS: Susan Stills, P. 0. Box 576, Fairview 28730 628-2407 

LIBERTY: Barbara Raby, 875 Monte Vista Road, Candler 28715 667-8100 

LONG SHOALS: Jenny Buchanan, 67 Young's Gap Road, Fletecher 28732 687-1 584 

MACEDONIA: Karen Harwood, 1075 Jenkins Valley, Alexander 28701 683-1762 

MERRIMON: Marilyn Howell, 283 Merrimon Avenue, Asheville 28801 252-2768 

Lynnette Johnson, 283 Merrimon Avenue, Asheville 28801 252-2768 

MORGAN HILL: Gladys Buckner, 110 High Point Road, Weaverville 28787 626-3197 

MORNINGSIDE: Judy Ledford, 485 Old Haw Creek Road, Asheville 28805 298-3872 

MOUNT CARMEL: Ruth Hackett, 200 Mount Carmel Road, Asheville 28806 254-4688 

Sharon Miller, 533 Old Fort Road, Fairview 28730 254-4688 

MOUNTAIN VIEW: Evelyn Harwood, 306 Padgettown Rd., Black Mtn. 2871 1 669-7752 

NEW LIFE: Sheryl Shaff, 1417 Riverside Drive, Asheville 28804 254-0040 

Susan Scott, 1 1417 Riverside Drive, Asheville 28804 254-0040 

NEW MORGAN HILL: June Dockery, 370 Lake Drive, Candler 2871 5 667-431 3 

NEWBRIDGE: Ann Rogers, 28 Washington Avenue, Asheville 28804 253-1 257 

NEWFOUND: Linda Plemmons, P. O. Box 6, Leicester 28748 683-3178 

Rena Verner, 35 Golden Tree Lane, Asheville 28806 683-1 21 2 

OAK GROVE: Gail Austin, 66 Fox Branch Road, Fairview 28730 628-2364 

OAKLEY: Peggy House, 1 00 Onteora Blvd. , Asheville 28803 274-31 1 5 

Christie Rhom, 113 Upper Grassy Branch Road, Asheville 28805 298-6278 

PINE BlIRR PARK: Tracey Metcalf, 1 Clarendon Avenue, Asheville 28804 658-9403 

POLE CREEK: Sharon Brown, 1 1 1 Indian Branch Road, Candler 2871 5 337-3828 

Juli Wells, 24 Taylor Mountain Road, Candler 2871 5 582-5092 

REED MEMORIAL: Debbie DeBruhl, 756 Fairview Road, Asheville 28803 274-7639 

RIDGEWAY: Barbara Surrett, 242 George's Branch Road, Candler 28715 667-8185 

RIVERSIDE: Georgia Miller, 208 Gashes Creek Road, Asheville 28803 298-2150 

SKYLAND: Sherri Poteet, P. O. Box 278, Skyland 28776 684-7214 



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SOUTH ASHEVILLE: Helen White, 23 Chipping Green Drive, Arden 28704 687-3488 

Edith Silver, 62 Bellevue Road, Asheville 28803 274-1390 

STARNES COVE: Linda Smith, 149 Starnes Cove Road, Asheville 28806 667-1 193 

Monica Merrell, 149 Starnes Cove Road, Asheville 28806 667-1 193 

SUNRISE: Sharon Brookshire, 25 Cedar Hill Road, Asheville 28806 350-0467 

SWANNANOA FIRST: Pat Wilson, P. 0. Box 39, Swannanoa 28778 686-5123 

TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: Stephanie Sluder, 320 Emma's Grove Road, 628-1 188 

Fletcher 28732 

Trudy Lilly, 939 Hutch Mountain Road, Fletcher 28732 628-1 1 88 

TURKEY CREEK: Brenda Gillespie, 551 Moore's Valley Lane, Leicester 28748 683-9897 

Angela Bassett, 183 Gouges Branch Road, Leicester 28748 683-4187 

VICTORY: Polly Jarvis, 5 Macedonia Drive, Asheville 28804 254-8405 

WEAVERVILLE FIRST: Joy Sprinkle, P. 0. Box 547, Weaverville 28787 645-6720 

WEST ASHEVILLE: Marsha Medford, 926 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-9824 

WESTWOOD: Cassandra Smith, 150 Westwood Place, Asheville 28806 255-8999 

WHITE ROCK: Yvonne Rhodes, 129 Chestnut Creek Road, Candler 28715 667-8084 

WOODLAND HILLS: Pam Brock, 45 Applecross Road, Weaverville 28787 658-1578 

Diane Roberts, 1059 Jupiter Road, Weaverville 28787 645-9532 

Janet Menard, 1449 Beech Glen Road, Mars Hill 28754 712-0547 

ORDAINED MINISTERS IN BUNCOMBE BAPTIST CHURCHES 

(Not pastors) 



ARDEN FIRST: Dr. Steve Spangler (I), 23 Rhododendron Drive, Arden 28704 681 



James Garrison (CH), 94 Beale Road, Apt. C-8, Arden 28704 
Dr. Joe Babb (R), 8 Summit Drive, Arden 28704 
Eddie Hammett (SW), 2604 Deermouse Way, 

Hendersonville 28792 
Scott Lynch, 180 Crescent Hill, Arden 28704 
Gayle Brown, 129 Cimarron Drive, Asheville 28803-1370 
Scott Rogers (R), 6 Beaverdam Court, Asheville 28804 
Bill Snyder (R), 307 Parker Road, Asheville 28805 
Clarence Vassar (R), 35 Glencairn Heights, Black Mountain 28711 
BEREA: Jim Holmes, 113 Briarbrook Road, Black Mountain 28711 
BETEHEL: Mace Honeycutt (B), 24 Sienna Drive, Asheville 28806 
BILTMORE: Randy Shepherd (O), 206 Abbey Circle, Asheville 28805 
John Dillon (O), 21 Thistlewood Lane, Hendersonville 28791 
Roy Rigdon, P. O. Box 1447, Enka 28728 
David Bruce, P.O. Box 937, Montreat 28757 
Victor Howard, 303 Scarlet Tanager Court, Arden 28704 
Curtis Moore, 6890 Boylston Highway, Horse Shoe 28742 
Kelvin Moseley, 750 Woodland Ridge, Asheville 28804 
BLACK MOUNTAIN FIRST: Harold Blankenship, P.O. Box 7, 
Ridgecrest 28770 
Norman Willie, P. O. Box 222, Ridgecrest 28770-0222 



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CORINTH BAPTIST CHURCH: Reese Beaver (I) 1 8 Dix Creek Rd. #1 , 683-3946 

Leicester 28748 

CUMBERLAND: Kyle Shipman (I), 24 Allen Street, Asheville 28806 253-2749 

DEAVERVIEW: Homer Carroll (I), P. O. Box 1562, Weaverville 28787 645-7410 

ECCLESIA: Kim Christman, P. 0. Box 757, Fairview 28730 628-0976 

Stan Dotson, P. O. Box 757, Fairview 28730 628-0976 

FAIRVIEW: Brian Hart (O), 12 Spring Lake Drive, Fletcher 28732 551-4704 

Hartley Selfridge (O), 1314 Tunnel Road, Lot #197, Asheville 28805 

FLAT CREEK: Gene Hall, 186 Murphy Hill Road, Weaverville 28787 484-9037 

GRACE: Larry Horton (O), 71 Maple Ridge Lane, Asheville 28806 253-8826 

Carl Frady (O), 33 Forest Ridge Drive, Asheville 28806 252-5838 
GRASSY BRANCH: Clyde Hensley ®, 101 Memory Lane, Asheville 28805 299-9021 

Larry Ledford (I), 6 Hillview Road, Asheville 28805 298-571 8 

Richard Carl (CW), P. O. Box 9142, Asheville 28815 299-8773 

GROVE STONE: J. Groce Robinson (PI), Sugar Hill Road, 668-4236 

Old Fort 28762 

INANDA: Bill Sayles (I), 6 Patton Place, Asheville 28805 298-3407 

LONG SHOALS: Mike Carter (I), 558 Pennsylvania Road, Arden 28704 654-7907 
MERRIMON AVENUE: Norman Sanders (O), 38 Pressley Road, Asheville 28805 
MOUNT CARMEL: Keith Sargent (O), 32 Leet Sluder Road, Leicester 28748 683-0590 

Bill Creson, 203 Old Highway #20, Alexander 28701 

NEW MORGAN HILL: Steve Plemmons, 740 Upper Glady Fork Road, 667-0467 
Candler 28715 

Claude Surrett, 4 Liberty Circle, Candler 28715 665-7750 

NEWBRIDGE: Lee Roy Denton (R), P. O. Box 147, Weaverville 28787 645-741 1 

Paul Greene (R), 1 74 Elkwood Avenue, Asheville 28804 254-9253 
NEWFOUND: Dwight Williams (CW), China 

OAKLEY: Owen Sayles (R), 1 16 Merchant Street, Asheville 28803 277-8470 

Don Anderson, 1 Lance Lane, Asheville 28806 253-6517 

OTEEN: Lloyd Wolfe (R), 61 Wolf Road, Asheville 28805 298-5656 

J. Billy Graham (PI), P. O. Box 93, Ridgecrest 28770 669-7673 

REED MEMORIAL: E. M. Pettit, Jr. (PI), 7 Whitaker View Road, 628-221 5 
Fairview 28730 

Lester Crayton (R), 166 Merchant Street, Asheville 28803 274-7329 
RIDGECREST: David Webb, P. O. Box 53, Ridgecrest 28770 

Sam Miller (I), P. O. Box 582, Ridgecrest 28770 669- 
RIVERSIDE: Charlie Shaver, 47 High Valley Estates Court, Leicester 28748 683- 



SKYLAND: D. K. Brevard (R), P.O. Box 278, Skyland 28776 

Carl Mintz (R), 128 Ole Laurelwood Lane, Saluda 28773 

STARNES COVE: Leon Stewart (EP), 8 Douglas Road, Asheville 28806 

SWANNANOA. Henry Coker (R), P. O. Box 404, Swannanoa 28778 
Richard Rockwell (R), 50 Honeycomb Circle, Swannanoa 28778 

TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: William Allen (R), 1245 Old Fort Road 
Fairview 28730 
Joe Pressley, 2 Knollwood Drive, Fletcher 28732 
Kenny Adcock, 340 Frankie Lane, Flat Rock 28731 



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TURKEY CREEK: Gordon Ball, 30 B&B Acres, Weaverville 28787 645-9879 

VICTORY: Earl Moseley, 750 Woodland Ridge Road, Asheville 28804 645-7090 

WEAVERVILLE FIRST: Bryan Brown, P.O. Box 547, Weaverville 28787 645-6720 
WEST ASHEVILLE: J. W. Hutchens (PI), 926 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-9824 

Jamie Johnson (EP), 3205 Idle Hour Drive, Asheville 28806 667-881 1 

WOODLAND HILLS: Frank Hopkins, P. O. Box 2154, Weaverville 28787 645-0124 

ZION HILL: David Trull (PI), 51 1 Laurel Cove Road, Leicester 28748 683-4317 



CODE: 

PI - Part-time, Interim 

CH-Chaplain 

AW-Associational Worker 

EM-Evangelist, Music 

EM - Evangelist, Preaching 

SUNDAY SCHOOL DIRECTORS 



CW-Convention Worker 

l-lnactive 

R-Retired 

SW-State Worker 

O-Other Church-related worker 



ANTIOCH: Jimmy Barber, 124 Holcombe Branch Road, Weaverville 28787 

ARDEN FIRST: Tom Beck, 45 Ammons Drive, Fletcher 28732 

BALD MOUNTAIN: Bill Davis, Shumont Mountain Road, Lake Lure 28746 

BARNARDSVILLE: Gary Kiger, 227 Poverty Branch Road, Barnardsville 28709 

BEAVERDAM: Cynthia Roberts, 1 Lawterdale Road, Asheville 28804 

BEREA: Tom Ruit, 206 Harrison Street, Swannanoa 28778 

BETHEL: Bob Clark, P.O. Box 937, Leicester 28748 

BEVERLY HILLS: Jack Ramsey, P. O. Box 746, Asheville NC 28802 

BILTMORE: Ryland Whitehorn, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 

BLACK MOUNTAIN FIRST: Andrew C. Owenby, 180 Old Lakey Gap Road 

Black Mountain 28711 
BROWN'S CHAPEL: Roger Mundy, 90 Ox Creek Road, Weaverville 28787 
BUCKEYE: Bobbie Owenby, 161 Ponderosa Drive, Swannanoa 28778 
CALVARY OF FAIRVIEW: Chris Reese, P. O. Box 86, Fairview 28730 
CELEBRATION CHURCH: Al Harrell, 69 Alexander Road, Weaverville 28787 
CHRISTIAN CREEK: Frank Mcintosh, 435 Christian Creek Road 

Swannanoa 28778 
CORINTH: Douglas Metcalf, P. O. Box 19353, Asheville 28815 
CUMBERLAND AVENUE: Willie Hughes, 2 Richmond Hill Drive, 

Asheville 28806 
DEAVERVIEW: Janice Starnes, 172 Johnston Blvd., Asheville 28806 
ECCLESIA: Karen Doucette, 11 Miller Road, Fairview 28730 
EDGEWOOD: Wayne Conner, 720 North Morgan Branch Road, 

Candler 28715 
EMMA: Remon Fouts, 202 Skyview Drive, Waynesville 28786 
EMMA'S GROVE: Mark Tate, 91 John Tate Road, Fletcher 28732 
ENKA: Lenora Sentelle, P. O. Box 111, Enka 28728 
FLAT CREEK: Darryl Roberts, 210 Friendly Circle, Asheville 28806 
FREEDOM: Robert Hollifield, 18 Alexis Drive, Leicester 28748 



626-3108 
684-0016 
625-4765 
626-2115 
255-0033 
686-4820 
253-0585 
687-0741 
687-1111 
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298-5241 
628-0012 
645-5663 
298-7060 

299-4787 
254-7357 

253-3694 
628-1945 
667-5605 

456-7293 
628-0763 
667-1383 
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FRIENDSHIP: Royce Piercy, 194 Gravely Branch Road, Fletcher, NC 28732 

GASHES CREEK: Butch & Sheila Biddix, 325 Clover Drive, Fletcher 28732 

GLADY: Keith Sprinkle, 105 Lollis Road, Candler 2871 5 

GRACE: Rick Wynne, 7 Creasman Place, Asheville 28806 

GRASSY BRANCH: Daniel Ingle, 12 Primrose Lane, Asheville 28805 

GROVE STONE: Bobby Hayes, 1140 Bee Tree Rd., Swannanoa 28778 

HOMINY: Bruce Morgan, P. O. Box 987, Enka 28728 

INANDA: Burton Pressley, 916 Sand Hill Road, Asheville 28806 

IVY CREEK: Robert Smith, 17 Ivy Baptist Road, Weaverville 28787 

KERLEE: Ron McMahan, 127 Carolina Heights Road, Black Mountain 28711 

LAUREL SPRINGS: Tony Morgan, 691 Morgan Hill Road, Fairview 28730 

LIBERTY: Mike Harris, 280 Liberty Road, Candler 28715 

LONG SHOALS: Robert Taylor, 206 Royal Pines Drive, Arden 28704 

MACEDONIA: Claudette McNaughton, 14 Waterford Court, Asheville 28806 

MERRIMON AVENUE: Bruce Hawkins, 21 Bees Mountain Dr., Asheville 28804 

MILLS GAP: Wenzel Willis, P. O. Box 353, Alexander 28701 

MORGAN HILL: Darrell Garrison, 321 Dillingham Road, Bamardsville 28709 

MORNINGSIDE: Gladys Dyer, 2004 Riceville Road, Asheville 28805 

MOUNT CARMEL: Linda Brown, 451 Old Newfound Road, Asheville 28806 

MOUNTAIN VIEW: Mike Williams, 202 Bent Creek Ranch Road, 

NEW LIBERTY: Philip Shipman, 63 Sunnyview Terrace, Asheville 28806 

NEW MORGAN HILL: Chris Allison, 22 Devonshire Drive, Candler 28715 

NEWBRIDGE: Daniel Young, 2 Washington Avenue, Asheville 28804 

NEWFOUND: Millie Stubbs, 5 Wonduview Court, Asheville 28806 

OAK GROVE: Tommy Wilkes, 16 Pressley Road, Fairview 28730 

OAKLEY: Terry Capps, 139 Echo Lake Drive, Fairview 28730 

OTEEN: Lelia Moore, 4 Forest Lane, Asheville 28805 

PINE BURR PARK: Vern Metcalf, 1 Clarendon Avenue, Asheville 28804 

POLE CREEK: Sammy White, 8 White Terrace, Candler 2871 5 

REED MEMORIAL: Dan English, 756 Fairview Road, Asheville 28803 

REYNOLDS: Bill Gardner, 16 Carters Sunrise Acres, Fletcher 28732 

RIDGEWAY: Eddie Warren, 270 Wiggins Road, Candler 2871 5 

RIVERSIDE: Marianne Bailey, 2 Misty Ridge Lane, Leicester 28748 

SKYLAND: Joe Harrell, P. O. Box 278, Skyland 28776 

STARNES COVE: Jack C. Radford, 147 W. Oakview Road, Asheville 28806 

SUNRISE: David Brookshire, 25 Cedar Hill Road, Asheville 28806 

SWANNANOA FIRST: Tyson Hamrick, 108 Powell Street, Swannanoa 28778 

TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: Tim Penland, P.O. Box 268, Fairview 28730 

TURKEY CREEK: David Hawkins, 133 Snelson Cemetery Road 

Leicester 28748 
VICTORY: Jimmy Stewart, P. O. Box 705, Leicester 28748 
WEAVERVILLE FIRST: Andy Bishop, P. O. Box 2188, Weaverville 28787 
WHITE ROCK: Mary Wait, 398 S. Morgan Branch Road, Candler 28715 
WOODLAND HILLS: Paul Brown, 52 Whitfield Lane, Weaverville 28787 
ZION HILL: Monty Rogers, 19 Haylandy Drive, Leicester 28748 



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684-6685 
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667-4476 
299-0409 
298-6418 
667-5483 
667-8164 
645-4703 
669-8387 
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667-2824 
684-6998 
253-4238 
252-0882 

626-2628 
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628-3274 
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658-9403 
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274-7639 
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683-1704 
684-7214 
667-0544 
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686-0300 
337-2855 
683-2644 

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DISCIPLESHIP TRAINING DIRECTORS 

BARNARDSVILLE: Melinda Lohr, 32 Dillingham Road, Barnardsville 28709 626-2484 

BILTMORE: Ryland Whitehom, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 

CALVARY: Kayla Welborn, 531 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 254-1581 

CUMBERLAND AVENUE: Rev. Earl Jones, P. O. Box 1503, Enka 28728 665-8536 

DEAVERVIEW: Rev. Darryl Searcy, 81 Davidson Road, Asheville 28803 274-6737 

EMMA: Wayne Sorrells, 269 Hi-Alta Avenue, Asheville 28806 232-0623 

MERRIMON AVENUE: Larry Basinger, 283 Merrimon Avenue, 252-2768 

Asheville 28801 

MOUNT CARMEL: Kristi Brown, 132 Asvista Drive, Candler 28715 665-9457 

POLE CREEK: Terry Hollifield, P. O. Box 98, Enka 28728 231-5625 

RIDGEWAY: James Shope, 318 Old U.S. 19-23, Candler 28715 667-4568 

SKYLAND: Dianna Braddock, 23 Bevlyn Drive, Asheville 28803 231-8802 

SUNRISE: David Brookshire, 25 Cedar Hill Road, Asheville 28806 350-0467 
TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: Neil Carter, 26 Emma's Grove Road, Fletcher 28732 628-1747 

VICTORY: Phyllis Davis, 110 Olivette Road, Asheville 28804 254-2766 

WHITE ROCK: Yvonne Rhodes, 129 Chestnut Creek Rd., Candler 28715 667-8084 

BAPTIST MEN DIRECTORS 

ANTIOCH: Tom Burchfiel, 131 Buckner Blvd., Barnardsville 28709 626-4151 
ARDEN FBC: Dan Gregg, 13 Hutchinson Woods Drive, Fletcher 28732 

BEAVERDAM: Ronnie Coats, 116 Spooks Branch Road, Asheville 28804 253-5535 

BEREA: Scott Williams, 1 9 Williams Cove Road, Black Mountain 2871 1 , 669-3637 

BEVERLY HILLS: Wayne Earley, P. O. Box 82, Fairview 28730 628-4248 

BLACK MOUNTAIN: Andrew C. Ownbey, 180 Old Lakey Gap Road 669-9214 

Black Mountain 28711 

William Walker, 6 Maplewood Drive, Swannanoa 28778 686-7129 

BUCKEYE: Ray Vess, 379 Buckeye Cove Road, Swannanoa 28778 298-8554 

CALVARY OF FAIRVIEW: Chris Reese, P. O. Box 86, Fairview 28730 628-0012 

CHRISTIAN CREEK: Rev. Bob Carter, 40 New Salem Road, 296-0145 

Swannanoa 28778 

CUMBERLAND AVENUE: Jerry Rector, 2 Star Road, Marshall 28753 683-4985 

ECCLESIA: Mike Anderson, P. O. Box 2365, Fairview 28730 628-9538 

EDGEWOOD: Allen Robinson, 31 Old Oak Hill Road, Candler 28715 665-0228 

FAIRVIEW: Bill Cooper, 151 Whitaker Road, Fairview 28730 628-2144 

FREEDOM: Ken Weatherman, 64 Loop Road, Candler 28715 667-2037 

GASHES CREEK: Lee Lyda, 37 Bee Ridge Lane, Asheville 28803 298-2298 

GRACE: Clyde Kintner, 14 Cooper Blvd., Lot 47, Asheville 28806 670-1813 

LONG SHOALS: Dennis Fisher, P. O. Box 1582, Arden 28704 684-6875 

MACEDONIA: Eddie Taylor, 170 Jonestown Road, Asheville 28804 253^050 

MORGAN HILL: Doug Garrison, 60 MacDougall Lane, Weaverville 28787 645-0207 

MOUNT CARMEL: Pierre Roy, 6 Logging Road, Asheville 28804 236-1751 

MOUNTAIN VIEW: Mike McKee, 3 Wedgewood Ter., Black Mountain 2871 1 669-0786 



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NEW MORGAN HILL: Blaine Cox, 11 Mcintosh Lane, Candler 2871 5 667-0737 

NEWBRIDGE: Carter Pounders, Sr. 10 Revonda Drive, Asheville 28804 254-5230 

OTEEN: Bill Wooten, 184 Cisco Road, Asheville 28805 298-3173 

POLE CREEK: Bron Holcomb, 242 Cathey Lane, Canton 28716 648-8339 

RIDGEWAY: Michael Stamey, 50 Dixon Terrace, Candler 28715 667-8612 

SKYLAND: Al Braddock, 23 Bevlyn Drive, Asheville 28803 231-8802 
SUNRISE: David Gillespie. P. O. Box 1172, Leicester 28748 

SWANNANOA FIRST: Carl Bartlett, 38 Lynx Drive, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-9518 

TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: Brent Carter, 22 Alcorn Lane., Fletcher 28732 628-1747 

TURKEY CREEK: Johnny Roberts, 18 Olympic Drive, Leicester 28748 683-3608 

WEAVERVILLE FIRST: Wayne Higgins, P. O. Box 1285, Weaverville 28787 645-4021 

WHITE ROCK: Brad Keever, 66 Black Walnut Lane, Candler 2871 5 667-591 1 

ZION HILL: Dennis Sams, 292 Potato Branch Road, Leicester 28748 683-4389 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION DIRECTORS 

ANTIOCH: Amy Conard, 7 Clement Place, Asheville 28805 298-6665 

BARNARDSVILLE: Caressa Hooper, P. O. Box 8, Bamardsville 28709 626-3930 

BEAVERDAM: Linda Large, 41 Spooks Branch Road, Asheville 28804 254-2405 

BEREA: Sharon Williams, 19 Williams Cove Road, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-2438 

BEVERLY HILLS: Elizabeth Rogers, 1 1 Beechwood Road, Asheville 28805 298-3787 

BLACK MOUNTAIN FIRST: Jeanette Cloud, 104 Pine Tree Drive 669-8385 

Black Mountain 2871 1-3641 

BUCKEYE: Etheline Branch, 203 Mountain View Road, Asheville 28805 298-9759 

CALVARY: Evelyne Maney, 48 Clarendon Road, Asheville 28806 252-7583 
CHRISTIAN CREEK: Evelyn Carter, 40 New Salem Road, Swannanoa 28778 296-0145 

CUMBERLAND AVENUE: Frances Mitchell, 36 Canterbury Road 298-5046 

Asheville 28805 

ECCLESIA: Sandra Dotson, 94 Avondale Road, Asheville 28803 298-0717 

EDGEWOOD: Patty Robinson, 31 Old Oak Hill Road, Candler 28715 665-0228 

EMMA: Robenia Jackson, 44 Starmount Drive, Asheville 28806 252-5871 

ENKA: Winnie Martel, 710 Sand Hill Road, #37, Asheville 28806 253-5327 

FLAT CREEK: Essie Verner, 189 Pickens Road, Weaverville 28787 645-3756 

FREEDOM: Judy Leeper, 65 Baker Place, Asheville 28806 252-2107 

GASHES CREEK: Shirley Shope, 5 Charland Forest, Asheville 28803 298-1895 

GRACE: Barbara Felmet, 37 Salola Street, Asheville 28806 254-5389 

GROVE STONE: Judy Murphy, 305 Marion Avenue, Swannanoa 28778 686-5601 

LIBERTY: Dee Bishop, 1 1 5 Brooks Cove Road, Candler 2871 5 667-3080 

LONG SHOALS: Florence Owenby, 44 Owenby Lane, Arden 28704 684-0630 

MACEDONIA: Aimee Stewart, 24 Knollview Drive, Asheville 28806 683-4765 

MORGAN HILL: Gladys Buckner, 110 High Point Road, Weaverville 28787 626-3197 

MORNINGSIDE: Hilda Gasperson, 10 Middlebrook Road, Asheville 28805 298-4769 

MOUNT CARMEL: Nancy Owen, 1 1 5 Anders Drive, Asheville 28806 254-8393 

NEW MORGAN HILL: Sandra Clark, 89 Twin Lakes Drive, Candler 28715 667-5730 

NEWBRIDGE: Carolyn Ray, 144 Dogwood Drive, Weaverville 28787 645-4648 
NEWFOUND: Wendy Taylor, 10 Brookshire Road, Apt. #3, Leicester 28748 



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OAKLEY: Jean Hensley, 104 Hemphill Road, Asheville 28803 298-3983 

OTEEN: Helen Banks, 20 Bethesda Road, Asheville 28805 298-7442 

POLE CREEK: Susie Black, 21 English Place, Candler 2871 5 665-1938 

REED MEMORIAL: Doris Rzewnicki, 141 Porter Road, Asheville 28803 274-7802 
REYNOLDS: Tracy Britt, 8 Fairview Avenue, Asheville 28803 

RIDGECREST: Vanetta Biddix, P. O. Box 83, Ridgecrest 28770 669-7877 

RIDGEWAY: Wanda Taylor, 1 90 Wiggins Road, Candler 2871 5 667-8945 

RIVERSIDE: Kay Gregory, 54 Boone Street, Asheville 28806 255-7608 

SKYLAND: Mary Works, P. O. Box 278, Skyland 28776 684-7214 

SUNRISE: Elizabeth Wells, 1835 Old Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 667-4662 

SWANNANOA FIRST: Edwina Messer, 117 Chapman Dr., Asheville 28805 298-6464 
TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: Lynn Carter, 26 Emma's Grove Rd., Fletcher 28732 628-1747 

TURKEY CREEK: Beth Ponder, 2515 Bear Creek Road, Marshall 28753 683-1913 

VICTORY: Pam Stewart, P. O. Box 705, Leicester 28748 683-9430 

WEAVERVILLE: Mary Porter, 116 Parsonage Drive, Asheville 28804 645-5824 

Kathy Price, 40 Wyatt Holler Road, Weaverville 28787 645-7198 
WEST ASHEVILLE: Jean Hollingsworth, 53 Edgewood Road, Candler 28715 667-2941 

WESTWOOD: Sara Roberts, 208 Westwood Place, Asheville 28806 252-5184 

WHITE ROCK: Patty Mease, 141 Medford Road, Candler 28715 667-2078 

ZION HILL: Lora Morgan, 264 Morgan Branch Road, Leicester 28748 683-0856 



DEACON CHAIRPERSONS 

ANTIOCH: Art Hawkins, 300 Morgan Branch Road, Weaverville 28787 626-3000 

ARDEN FIRST: George Manning, 16 White Pine Circle, Fletcher 28732 684-2853 

BALD MOUNTAIN: Bill Davis, Shumont Mountain Rd., Lake Lure 28746 625-4765 

BARNARDSVILLE: Gary Kiger, 227 Poverty Branch Road 626-2115 

Barnardsville 28709 

BEAVERDAM: Ronnie Coats, 1 16 Spooks Branch Road, Asheville 28804 253-5535 

BENT CREEK: Paul Jenkins, 1554 Brevard Road, Asheville 28806 667-9818 

BEREA: David Bartlett, 194 Dillingham Circle, Asheville 28805 298-6133 

BETHEL: Ralph Long, 1 1 1 E Wonder Road, Leicester 28748 683-2712 

BEVERLY HILLS: Alma Thompson, 905 Abbey Circle, Asheville 28805 298-6528 

BILTMORE: Daniel Prevost, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 

BLACK MOUNTAIN FIRST: Andrew C. Ownbey, 180 Old Lakey Gap Road 669-9214 

Black Mountain 2871 1-0971 

BROWN'S CHAPEL: Roger Mundy, 90 Ox Creek Road, Weaverville 28787 645-7416 

CALVARY: Dorcas Moffitt, 32 Alexander Heights, Leicester 28748 683-4996 

CHRISTIAN CREEK: Frank Mcintosh, 435 Christian Creek Road, 298-7060 

Swannanoa 28778 

CORINTH: Jerry Owens, 97 Mink Farm Road, Leicester 28748 683-1 346 

CUMBERLAND AVENUE: Charles Mitchell, 36 Canterbury Road, 298-5046 

Asheville 28805 

ECCLESIA: Charlie Jackson, 1 131 Old Fort Road, Fairview 28730 628-9936 

EDGEWOOD: Terry Herren, 8 Hummingbird Lane, Asheville 28806 253-8577 



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EMMA: Stewart Jones, 63 Bingham Road, #19, Asheville 28806 252-6003 

EMMA'S GROVE: Jim Gilliam, 16 Lynnette Drive, Fairview 28730 628-1339 

ENKA: Frank Sentelle, P.O. Box 111, Enka, NC 28728-0111 667-1383 

FLAT CREEK: Joe Bell, 3 Blueberry Hill, Asheville 28804 645-7039 

FREEDOM: Jim House, 403 School Road E, Asheville 28803 274-2664 

FRIENDSHIP: Neil Cathey, P. O. Box 272, Weaverville 28787 645-9671 

GASHES CREEK: Lankford Storey, 29 Botany Drive, Asheville 28803 298-0229 

GLADY: Ronnie Taylor, 723 Enka Lake Road, Candler 2871 5 667-81 1 9 

GRASSY BRANCH: Harry Taylor, 27 Alpine Way, Swannanoa 28778 686-4009 

GROVE STONE: Nick Ogle, 138 Dellwood Avenue, Swannanoa 28778 686-0044 

INANDA: Burton Pressley, 918 Sand Hill Road, Asheville 28806 667-8164 
KERLEE: Chester Barry, 22 Brooks Cove Road, Black Mountain 2871 1 
LAKEWOOD: Earl Pullium, 807 Rhododendron Avenue, Black Mountain 28711 669-2110 

LAUREL SPRINGS: Hardy Owenby, 809 Ridge Road, Asheville 28806 254-2972 

LIBERTY: Ken Murphy, 875 Monte Vista Road, Candler 2871 5 667-8100 

LONG SHOALS: Ralph Cannon, 457 Avery's Creek Road, Arden, 28704 684-6188 

MACEDONIA: Jim McNaughton, 14 Waterford Court, Asheville 28806 253-4238 

MERRIMON AVENUE: Carleton Metcalf, 8 Worley Lane, Fletcher 28732 628-9166 
MORGAN HILL: Frank Langford, 40 Morgan Branch Road, Weaverville 28787 658-2199 

MOUNT CARMEL: Dennis Creasman, 16 Debra Lane, Asheville 28806 254-0000 

MOUNTAIN VIEW: Scott James, 3 Debbie View Drive, Swannanoa 28778 298-7080 

NEW LIBERTY: Kenny Shipman, 63 Sunny View Terrace, Asheville 28806 254-7687 

NEW MORGAN HILL: Roy Blankenship, 583 Enka Lake Rd., Candler 28715 667-1640 

NEW SALEM: Scott Meece, 766 Glen Bridge Road, Arden 28704 681-5161 

NEWFOUND: Bobby Nelon, P. O. Box 1357, Leicester 28748 683-8968 

POLE CREEK: James Morton, 14 Nottingham Drive, Candler 28715 667-0732 

REED MEMORIAL: Tom Miller, 477 Old Fort Road, Fairview 28730 628-2294 

REYNOLDS: Kenneth McAbee, 275 Pinners Cove Road, Asheville 28803 684-7964 

RIDGEWAY: Mike Stamey, 50 Dixon Terrace, Candler 2871 5 667-861 2 

RIVERSIDE: Mike Gibson, 70 Overlook Drive, Leicester 28748 683-0415 

SKYLAND: Joe Harrell, P. O. Box 278, Skyland 28776 684-7214 
STARNES COVE: Mickey Martin, 379 Coyote Crossing, Leicester 28748 

SUNRISE: Harold Loflin, 165 McKinney Road, Asheville 28806 667-9629 
SWANNANOA FIRST: Ron King, 218 Old Fellowship Road, Swannanoa 2878 299-4948 

TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: Gerald Wright, 45 Maple Lane, Fairview 28730 628-251 1 
TURKEY CREEK: Danny Rhoden, 373 Tipton Hill Road, Leicester 28748 

VICTORY: Bobby Dale Fisher, 84 Wolfe Park Circle, Asheville 28804 255-7627 

WEAVERVILLE: Wayne Higgins, P.O. Box 1285, Weaverville 28787 645-4021 

WEST ASHEVILLE: Jim Beaudreau, 927 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 283-9824 

WESTWOOD: G. B. Pressley, 84 Millbrook Road, Asheville 28806 254-4417 

WHITE ROCK: Kay Crowder, P. O. Box 898, Candler 28715 667-8291 

WOODLAND HILLS: Anthony Burnett, 231 Holland Drive, 669-7613 

Black Mountain 2871 1 

ZION HILL: Monty Rogers, 19 Haylandy Drive, Leicester 28748 683-3561 



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CHURCH TREASURERS 

ANTIOCH: Joe Merrill, 332 Morgan Branch Road, Weaverville 28787 626-2800 

ARDEN FBC: Martin Reidinger, 1 Weston Heights, Asheville 28803 684-6458 

BALD MOUNTAIN: Becky Arnold, 30 Bald Mountain Road 628-8908 

Black Mountain 28711 

BARNARDSVILLE: Melinda Lohr, 50 Dillingham Road, Bamardsville 28709 626-2484 

BEAVERDAM: Sylvania Deweese, 10 Upland Road, Asheville 28804 253-2946 

BENT CREEK: Gail Cutshall, 15544 Brevard Rd, Asheville 28806 667-9818 

BEREA: Gloria King, 351 Shope Creek Road, Asheville 28805 298-6970 

BETHEL: Gladys Culbertson, 17 Spivey Place, Asheville 28806 258-0917 

BEVERLY HILLS: Don Clemmons, 10 East Shore Drive, Asheville 28805 258-5837 

BILTMORE: George Renfro, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 

BLACK MOUNTAIN FBC: William C. Hamby, P. O. Box 753 298-5022 

Swannanoa 28778 

BROWN'S CHAPEL: Claude Edwards, 38 Nola Drive, Weaverville 28787 645-8867 

BUCKEYE: Lynn Guterwill, 1 16 West Buckeye Road, Swannanoa 28778 298-9305 

CALVARY: Bobby Moffitt, 32 Alexander Heights, Leicester 28748 683-4996 

CALVARY OF FAIRVIEW: Tammy Camby, P. O. Box 86, Fairview 28730 628-4741 

CELEBRATION CHURCH: Calvin Cook, 85 Dogwood Dr., Weaverville 28787 645-5055 

CHRISTIAN CREEK: Kenneth Banks, 94 Dillingham Circle, Asheville 28805 298-3472 

CLEAR BRANCH: Audrey Stroud, 532 Blue Ridge Rd., Black Mountain 2871 1 669-6310 
COMMUNITY: T. A. Hutchison, P. O. Box 7231, Asheville 28802 

CORINTH: Mildred King, 84 Solomon Road, Leicester 28748 683-3430 

CUMBERLAND AVENUE: Charles Mitchell, 36 Canterbury Road 298-5046 

Asheville 28805 

DEAVERVIEW: Brenda Capps, 187 McKinnish Cove Road, Asheville 28806 254-9783 

ECCLESIA: Tammy McDowell, 33 Sharon Drive, Fairview 28730 628-3631 

EDGEWOOD: James Lovingood, 1 19 Oak Hill Road, Candler 28715 667-2030 

EMMA: Nelline Davis, 217 Brickyard Road, Asheville 28806 252-4969 

EMMA'S GROVE: Tim Sanders, 407 Emma's Grove Road, Fletcher 28732 628-0456 

ENKA: Lenora Sentelle, P. O. Box 1 1 1 , Enka 28728 667-1 383 

FAIRVIEW: Billy Cooper, 23 Gollum Drive, Fairview 28730 628-1577 

FLAT CREEK: Judy Pack, 120 Brank Cove Road, Weaverville 28787 645-491 1 

FREEDOM: Linda Silvers, 28 Pennsylvania Avenue, Asheville 28806 252-1 085 

FRIENDSHIP: Neil Cathey, P. O. Box 272, Weaverville 28787 645-9671 

GASHES CREEK: Lankford Storey, 29 Botany Drive, Asheville 28805 298-0229 

GLADY: Albert Crowe, 580 Upper Glady Fork Road, Candler 28715 667-4320 

GRACE: Betty Edwards, 1 598 Wildwood Acres Road, Asheville 28806 683-3460 

GRASSY BRANCH: Harry Taylor, 27 Alpine Way, Swannanoa 28778 686-4009 

GROVE STONE, Joan Barnwell, 203 Richmond Avenue, Swannanoa 28778 686-3718 

INANDA: Tommy Pressley, 916 Sand Hill Road, Asheville 28806 665-9870 
KERLEE: Frances Allison, P. O. Box 1255, Black Mountain 28711 

LAKEWOOD: Katie Pullium, 807 Rhododendron Ave., Black Mountain 2871 1 669-21 1 

LAUREL SPRINGS: Susan Stills, P. O. Box 576, Fairview 28730 628-2407 

LIBERTY: Barbara Raby, 875 Monte Vista Road, Candler 28715 667-8100 



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LONG SHOALS: Sarah Hertzberg, P. 0. Box 55, Arden 28704 684-6949 

MACEDONIA: Karen Harwood, 1075 Jenkins Valley Rd., Alexander 28701 683-1762 

MERRIMON AVENUE: Pat Carnahan, 283 Merrimon Ave., Asheville 28801 252-2768 

MILLS GAP: Linda Hill, 1 14 Wood Avenue, Asheville 28803 

MORGAN HILL: Linda Childers, 21 1 Morgan Branch Road, Weaverville 28787 645-341 1 

MORNINGSIDE: Susan Israel, 20 Patriots Drive, Asheville 28805 298-5058 

MOUNT CARMEL: Sherry Worley, 2 Audubon Drive, Asheville 28804 

MOUNT OLIVE: Don Penland, 78 Utopia Road, Asheville 28805 252-3431 

MOUNTAIN VIEW: Evelyn Harwood, 306 Padgettown Road 669-7752 

Black Mountain 2871 1 

NEW LIBERTY: Darlene Dover, 49 Wright Road, Asheville 28804 252-8454 

NEW LIFE COMMUNITY: Mary Sczudlo, 49 Corbran Drive, Fairview 28730 254-0040 

NEW MORGAN HILL: Maurice Clark, 89 Twin Lakes Drive, Candler 2871 5 667-5730 

NEW SALEM: Sue Webb, 25 Brittain Park Drive, Arden 28704 684-7303 

NEWBRIDGE: Hugh Roberson, 172 Elkwood Avenue, Asheville 28804 253-8956 

NEWFOUND: Lori Ingle, 109 Ramsey Road #5, Asheville 28806 683-3447 

OAK GROVE: Elaine Wilkes, 16 Pressley Place, Fairview 28730 628-2182 

OAKLEY: Frank Duckett, P. O. Box 1236, Fairview 28730 628-1634 

OTEEN: Nola Payne, 2165 Riceville Road, Asheville 28805 298-1582 

PINE BURR PARK: Jimmy Hickey, 129 Lake Shore Drive, Weaverville 28787 658-2458 

PINE FOREST: Linda Metcalf, 100 Ivy Hill Road, Weaverville 28787 645-8688 

POLE CREEK: Katha Bowman, 9 Shayla Lane, Candler 28715 667-3843 

REED MEMORIAL: Dick Oyler, 664 Emma Road, Asheville 28806 252-3480 

REYNOLDS: Tracy McLaughlin, 2145 Cane Creek Road, Fletcher 28732 628-2653 

RIDGECREST: Lynda Robinson, P. O. Box 53, Ridgecrest 28770 669-7612 

RIDGEWAY: Doyce Bumette, 191 Morgan Cove Road, Candler 28715 667-5988 

RIVERSIDE: Richard Bailey, 95 Monticello Road, Weaverville 28787 645-8497 

SKYLAND: Dennis Norton, P. O. Box 278, Skyland 28776 684-7214 
STARNES COVE: Harold Wright, 72 Monte Vista Terrace, Candler 28715 

SUNRISE: Eddie Elliott, 84 Sun Valley Drive, Alexander 28701 252-2030 

SWANNANOA FBC: Steve McPeters, 15 Rhododendron Cir., Asheville 28805 298-2994 

TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: Stephanie Sluder, 320 Emma's Grove Road 628-1806 

Fletcher 28732 

TURKEY CREEK: Angela Bassett, 183 Gouges Branch Rd., Leicester28748 683-4817 

VICTORY: Polly Jarvis, 5 Macedonia Drive, Asheville 28804 254-8405 

WEAVERVILLE FBC: Pansy Hathaway, 38 Brown Street, Weaverville 28787 645-3731 

WEST ASHEVILLE: Darren Browning, 926 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-9824 

WHITE ROCK: Betty Crowder, 776 Upper Glady Fork Road, Candler 2871 5 667-3576 

ZION HILL: Mitzi Cooper, 778 N. Turkey Creek Road, Leicester 28748 683-1 172 

CHURCH CLERKS 

ANTIOCH: Tina Jones, 230 Buckner Branch Road, Bamardsville 28709 626-3565 

ARDEN FBC: Teresa Lackey, 623 Vista View Drive, Asheville 28803 684-5590 

BALD MOUNTAIN: Patty Davis, 559 Shumont Rd., Black Mountain 2871 1 625-4937 

BARNARDSVILLE: Sue Shuford, 24 Shuford Road, Bamardsville 28709 626-2950 



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BEAVERDAM: Sylvania Deweese, 10 Upland Road, Asheville 28804 253-2946 

BENT CREEK: Inez Whiteside, 1554 Brevard Road, Asheville 28806 667-9818 

BEREA: Cindy Brockman, 4 Dicksy Lane, Swannanoa 28778 

BETHEL: Susan Haynes, 201 Newfound Road, Leicester 28748 683-4374 

BILTMORE: Carrie Holmes, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 

BLACK MOUNTAIN FIRST: Sandra Owen, P. 0. Box 307, Old Fort 28762 668-9614 

BROWN'S CHAPEL: Steve Bumette 

BUCKEYE: Ola Mae Vess, 379 Buckeye Cove Road, Swannanoa 28778 298-8554 

CALVARY: Freddie Hopper, 531 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-7301 

CHRISTIAN CREEK: Ina B. Owenby, 20 Larry James Drive, Asheville 28805 298-1851 

COMMUNITY: Diane Robinson, 1 Strathmore Drive, Arden 28704 

CORINTH: Nancy L. Hensley, 32 Short Dix Creek Road, Leicester 28748 683-3441 

CUMBERLAND AVENUE: Lillian Stewart, 128 Richmond Hill Drive, 253-4189 

Asheville 28806 

DEAVERVIEW: Janice Starnes, 172 Johnston Blvd., Asheville 28806 253-3694 

ECCLESIA: Susan Sluder, 41 Owenby Cove Road, Asheville 28803 298-0717 

EDGEWOOD: Barbara Banks, 60 Ormond Avenue, Asheville 28806 252-7128 

EMMA: Joy Edwards, 85 Richmond Hill Road, Asheville 28806 254-1647 

EMMA'S GROVE: Jean Mcintosh, 105 Lytle Road, Fletcher 28732 628-2747 

ENKA: Emma Mashburn, P. O. Box 609, Enka 28728-0609 667-1427 

FAIRVIEW: Tonya Ledford, 8 Wright's Circle, Fairview 28730 628-2166 

FREEDOM: Linda Silvers, 28 Pennsylvania Avenue, Asheville 28806 252-1085 

FRIENDSHIP; Debbie Piercy, 194 Gravely Branch Road, Fletcher 28732 628-1833 

GASHES CREEK: Shirley Shope, 5 Charland Forest. Asheville 28803 298-1895 

GLADY: Arlene Crowe, 580 Upper Glady Fork Road, Candler 28715 667-4320 

GRACE: Elaine Duncan, 86 Debra Lane, Asheville 28806 253-7403 

GRASSY BRANCH: Magdalene Jones, 12 Jones Hillock Dr., Asheville 28805 298-1936 
GROVE STONE: Renae Dillingham, 3 Eden Glen Road, Black Mountain 28711 686-6355 

INANDA: Beverly Pressley, 916 Sand Hill Road, Asheville 28806 665-9870 
KERLEE: Lorraine Moore, P. O. Box 207, Black Mountain 28711 

LAUREL SPRINGS: Susan Stills, P. O. Box 576, Fairview 28730 628-2407 

LIBERTY: Brenda Rhinehart, 68 Ridge Road, Candler 28715 667-8100 

LONG SHOALS: Jenny Buchanan, 67 Young's Gap Road, Fletcher 28732 687-1584 

MACEDONIA: Connie Moore, 390 Curtis Parker Road, Alexander 28701 683-5544 
MERRIMON AVENUE: Pat Camahan, 283 Merrimon Avenue, Asheville 28801 252-2768 

MILLS GAP: Becky Davis, 12 Homewood Drdive, Asheville 28803 299-0206 

MORGAN HILL: Donna Bumette, 876 Barnardsville Hwy., Weaverville 28787 626-2202 

MORNINGSIDE: Christina Connerm 3 Kildare Place, Asheville 28806 254-2127 

MOUNT CARMEL: Shirley Lawson, 172 Davenport Road, Asheville 28806 252-1202 

MOUNT OLIVE: Jean Penland, 78 Utopia Road, Asheville 28805 252-3431 

MOUNTAIN VIEW: Wilma Strickland, 1 16 Beacon Street, Swannanoa 28778 686-3306 

NEW LIBERTY: Jacqui Justice, 42 Spivey Place, Asheville 28806 251-6610 

NEW MORGAN HILL: Nancy Coley, 569 Case Cove Road, Candler 28715 667-9409 

NEWBRIDGE: Euralee Rogers, 312 Baird Cove Road, Asheville 28804 645-6963 

NEWFOUND: Doris Sellers, 49 Knollview Drive, Asheville 28806 683-2376 

OAK GROVE: Gail Austin, 66 Fox Branch Road, Fairview 28730 628-2364 



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OAKLEY: Annette Anderson, 1 Lance Lane, Asheville 28806 253-6517 

OTEEN: Mae Ammons, 21 Spring Hill Drive, Arden 28704 687-2585 

PINE BURR PARK: Amy Sellers, 85 Indian Mound Trail, Fairview 28730 628-0989 

PINE FOREST: Brenda Rector, 220 Ivy Hill Road, Weaverville 28787 658-8214 

PLEASANT HILL: Doris Coates, 1 38 Stockton Road, Weaverville 28787 626-2051 

POLE CREEK: Katha Bowman, 9 Shayla Lane, Candler 28715 667-3843 

REED MEMORIAL: Tom Atkinson, 8 Botany Court, Asheville 28805 298-3367 

REYNOLDS: Denise Wright, 106 Onyx Drive, Fairview 28730 628-6338 

RIDGECREST: Audrey Bryant, P. O. Box 354, Ridgecrest 28770 250-5746 

RIDGEWAY: Beverly Goodson, 34 Wiggins Road, Candler 2871 5 667-4997 

RIVERSIDE: Stephanie Honeycutt, 18 Oakmont Terrace, Asheville 28806 253-4659 

SKYLAND: Kathy Wilson, 3 Raintree Lane, Arden 28704 687-0127 
STARNES COVE: Rena Hollifield, 37 Spreading Oak Lane, Asheville 28806 

SUNRISE: Marcia Elliott, 84 Sun Valley Drive, Alexander 28701 252-2030 

SWANNANOA FIRST: Kelli Blankenship, 220 Old Fellowship Road 299-1675 

Swannanoa 28778 

TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: Trudy Lilly, 935 Hutch Mountain Road 681-5673 

Fletcher 28732 

TURKEY CREEK: Beth Ponder, 251 5 Bear Creek Road, Marshall 28753 683-1 91 3 

VICTORY: Polly Jarvis, 5 Macedonia Drive, Asheville 28804 254-8405 

WEAVERVILLE FIRST: Wilma Wilson, P.O. Box 547, Weaverville 28787 645-3437 

WEST ASHEVILLE: Kathy Dowdle, 15 Pleasant Run, Asheville 28806 281-1200 

WESTWOOD: Cassandra Smith, 150 Westwood Place, Asheville 28806 255-8999 

WOODLAND HILLS: Pam Brock, 45 Applecross Road, Weaverville 28787 658-1578 

ZION HILL: Linda Gossett, 485 Green Valley Road, Leicester 28748 683-3077 

MEDIA LIBRARY DIRECTORS 

ARDEN FIRST: Carolyn Klepper, 1 Fairway Drive, Arden 28704 684-7548 

BEAVERDAM: Brenda Lewis, 21 Sycamore Street, Asheville 28804 252-7735 

BEREA: Rebecca Holmes, 113 Briarbrook Rd., Black Mountain 28711 669-5384 

BEVERLY HILLS: Elizabeth Rogers, 1 1 Beachwood Rd., Asheville 28805 298-3787 

BILTMORE: DeAnn Hudson, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 

BLACK MOUNTAIN FIRST: Nancy Hamby, P. O. Box 753, 298-5022 

Black Mountain 28711 

CALVARY: Judy Clevenger, 531 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-7301 

EMMA'S GROVE: Sandra Jackson, 70 Taylor Road, Fairview 28730 628-1 484 

ENKA: Joan Fisher, 29 Rangeview Acres, Candler 28715 667-3066 

Anne Hagan, 1796 Old Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 254-1439 

FAIRVIEW: Sue Jackson, 52 Taylor Road, Fairview 28730 628-2493 

GRACE: Cathryn Kinser, 68 W. Oakview Road, Asheville 28806 667-1 725 
GROVE STONE: Mable Banks, 124 Oaken Hill Place, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-5762 

Cindy Tomblin, 33 Seldom Home Drive, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-7826 

LIBERTY: Joyce Holcombe, 1 1 7 Holcombe Cove Road, Candler 2871 5 667-401 

LONG SHOALS: Evelyn Cannon, 457 Avery's Creek Road, Arden 28704 684-6188 

MACEDONIA: Tammy Bowling, 351 Mag Sluder Road, Alexander 28701 683-8957 



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MORGAN HILL: Melissa Wilson, 45 Johnson Hill Drive, Weaverville 28787 626-4543 

MOUNT CARMEL: Nancy Owen, 1 1 5 Anders Drive, Asheville 28806 254-8393 

MOUNTAIN VIEW: Bobbi Vickery, 600 Azalea Ave., Black Mountain 2871 1 669-2570 

NEW MORGAN HILL: Marlene Allison, 45 Misty Lane, Candler 28715 667-1205 

NEWFOUND: Rena Verner, 35 Golden Tree Lane, Asheville 28806 683-1212 

OAKLEY: Sharon Fauerbach, 7 Crestview Street, Asheville 28803 274-5904 

OTEEN: Helen Banks, 20 Bethesda Road, Asheville 28805 298-7442 

POLE CREEK: Chuck Sprinkle, 332 Hooker's Gap Road, Candler 28715 667-9368 

REYNOLDS: Lori Robinson, 883 Garren Creek Road, Fairview 28730 628-4961 

SKYLAND: Janette Williams, P. O. Box 278, Skyland 28778 684-7214 

STARNES COVE: Linda Baker, 807 1 / 2 Sand Hill Road, Asheville 28806 667-1 193 

TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: Margaret Newman,217 Gap Creek Road 628-1 148 

Fletcher 28732 

VICTORY: Betty Franklin, 850 Olivette Road, Asheville 28804 254-4008 

WEAVERVILLE FIRST: Juanita Greer, P. O. Box 606, Weaverville 28787 645-6391 

WEST ASHEVILLE: Donna Slice, 499 Green Valley Road, Leicester 28748 683-5746 

CHURCH ORGANISTS 

ANTIOCH: Patsy Hawkins, 300 Morgan Branch Road, Weaverville 28787 686-3000 

ARDEN FIRST: Donna M. Arthur, P. O. Box 223, Arden 28704 687-2982 

BEREA: Pearl Belock, 41 Sleepy Hollow Road, Swannanoa 28778 298-1424 

BETHEL: Jean Bridges, 220 Ridgeview Road, Alexander 28701 683-2757 

BEVERLY HILLS: Judy Smith, 506 Vance Avenue, Black Mountain 28711 669-8179 

BILTMORE: Karen Ramsey, 335 Clayton Road, Arden 28701 687-1 1 1 1 

CALVARY: Susan Hocking, 531 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-7301 

CHRISTIAN CREEK: Ina Owenby, 20 Larry James Drive, Asheville 28805 298-1851 

CORINTH: Joy Hawkins, 190 Dix Creek Road #2, Leicester 28748 683-2003 

DEAVERVIEW: Sharon Brown, 64 Morgan Branch Estates, Candler 28715 665-7381 

EDGEWOOD: Barbara Norvell, P. O. Box 671 , Candler 2871 5 667-4951 

ENKA: Dr. Ellen Burgess, 56 Mills Place, Asheville 28804 645-5530 

FLAT CREEK: Debra Eller, 192 Flat Creek Church Road, Weaverville 28787 645-4583 

FREEDOM: Maxine Clement, 143 Alexander Road, Weaverville 28787 658-0136 

GASHES CREEK: Sandra Lyda, 37 Bee Ridge Road, Asheville 28803 298-2298 

GRACE: Susan Shaw, 34 Eola Avenue, Asheville 28806 258-2558 

GRASSY BRANCH: Vickie Bishop, 121 Emma's Grove Road, Fletcher 28732 628-1871 

GROVE STONE: Diane Ogle, 217 Northeast Avenue, Swannanoa 28778 686-3179 

LAKEWOOD: Linda Roberts, 814 Cherokee Avenue, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-6102 

LAUREL SPRINGS: Marie Roberson, 312 Flat Creek Road, Fairview 28730 628-4027 

ORGANIST: Geri Spangler 690 Justice Ridge Road, Candler 2871 5 665-7483 
MACEDONIA: Marian Whiteside, 51 Panorama Drive, Asheville 28806 

MORNINGSIDE: Hilda Gasperson, 10 Middlebrook Road, Asheville 28805 298-4769 

MOUNT OLIVE: Frann Buckner, 22 Rainbow Hill Drive, Ashevile 28803 298-7307' 

NEW MORGAN HILL: Nancy Coley, 569 Case Cove Road, Candler 2871 5 667-9409 

NEWFOUND: Didi Cooperman, P. O. Box 1765, Leicester 28748 683-4060 

OAK GROVE: Ralph Parker, 5 Village Park Drive, Weaverville 28787 658-5185 



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POLE CREEK: Mabel Greene, 2693 Smokey Park Hwy., Candler 28715 667-5396 

RIDGECREST: Eleanor Bridell, P. 0. Box 212, Ridgecrest 28770 669-2256 

RIDGEWAY: Carolyn Fowler, 21 Mary's Lane, Candler 28715 667-8635 

RIVERSIDE: Latricia Shaver, 47 High Valley Estates Ct., Alexander 28701 683-4052 

SKYLAND: Mary Taylor, P.O. Box 278, Skyland, NC 28776 684-7214 

STARNES COVE: Carol Radford, 147 West Oakview Road, Asheville 28806 667-0544 

SUNRISE: Marcia Elliott, 84 Sun Valley Drive, Alexander 28701 252-2030 
SWANNANOA FBC: Ann Blankenship, 16 Offshore Drive, Asheville 28805 

TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: Richard Sales, 15 Sales Farm Dr., Asheville 28803 299-3142 
TURKEY CREEK: Phyllis Freeman, 932 N. Turkey Creek Rd. Leicester 28748 683-3403 

VICTORY: Sandy Sprinkle, 201 Macedonia Road, Asheville 28804 254-6676 

WEAVERVILLE FBC: Frances Coates, P. O. Box 547, Weaverville 28787 645-6720 

WEST ASHEVILLE: Debbie Davis, 926 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-9824 

WHITE ROCK: Gene Britt, P. O. Box 1717, Candler 2871 5 667-2619 

WOODLAND HILLS: Mary Kay Parker, 84 WT Weaver Blvd. Asheville 28804 254-7161 

ZION HILL: Beth Rogers, 19 Haylandy Drive, Leicester 28748 683-3561 

CHURCH PIANISTS 

ANTIOCH: Pat Hawkins, 300 Morgan Branch Road, Weaverville 28787 626-3000 

ARDEN FIRST: Maida McMahan, 2 Canterbury Place, Arden 28704 684-5041 

BARNARDSVILLE: Judith Pruitt, 13 Pinerose Drive, Weaverville 28787 645-2402 

BEAVERDAM: JoAnn Roberson, 12 Quail Hollow, Asheville 28804 252-4844 

BENT CREEK: Autumn Wright, 1 554 Brevard Rd, Asheville 28806 667-981 8 

BEREA: Peggy Burrell, 560 Riceville Road, Asheville 28805 298-3199 

BETHEL; Kathy Flint, 25 Evelake Drive, Asheville 28806 281 -2277 

BEVERLY HILLS: Diane Coombs, 9 Silverstone Drive, Asheville 28805 299-3847 

BILTMORE: Lisa Sorrells, 10 Linden Street, Arden 28704 681-9723 

Karen Ramsey, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 

BLACK MOUNTAIN: Kathryn Hilliard, 118 Brookside Avenue, 669-1779 

Black Mountain 28711 

BUCKEYE: Ola Mae Vess, 379 Buckeye Cove Road, Swannanoa 28778 298-8554 

CALVARY: Frances Corbin, 531 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-7301 

CALVARY OF FAIRVIEW: Brenda Allison, P. O. Box 86, Fairview 28730 628-0012 

CELEBRATION CHURCH: Summer Reese, 38 Teaberry Lane, 768-6302 

Weaverville 28787 

CHRISTIAN CREEK: Doris Moore, 121 Warren Wilson Road, 298-7834 

Swannanoa 28778 

CORINTH: Lou Ann Sealey, 78 Dix Creek Road #2, Leicester 28748 683-2792 

CUMBERLAND AVENUE: Sara Stockton, 1 Battle Square #602 253-2594 

Asheville 28801 

DEAVERVIEW: Emestone Stone, 14 Standing Wood Drive, Asheville 28804 258-9471 

EDGEWOOD: Roena Dills, P. O. Box 1692, Enka 28728 665-2018 

EMMA: Evelyn Fouts, 202 Skyview Drive, Waynesville 28786 456-7293 

EMMA'S GROVE: Lou Ann Lanning, 14 Lanning Drive, Fairview 28730 628-2350 

ENKA: Mary Brookshire, 54 Grandview Road, Asheville 28806 667-1446 



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FAIRVIEW: Sandra Royal, 465 Hollywood Road, Fairview 28730 628-7072 

FREEDOM: Jackie Haney, 869 Jenkins Valley Road, Alexander 28701 683-411 6 

FRIENDSHIP: Kathleen Worley, 75 Hill Street, Candler 28715 667-5241 

GASHES CREEK: Rena Jennings, 333 Olivette Road, Asheville 28804 236-2533 

GLADY: Barbara Whiteside, 1 59 Lower Glady Fork Road, Candler 2871 5 667-2875 

GRACE: Dianna Wyatt, 225 Oak Hill Road, Candler 2871 5 665-8475 

GRASSY BRANCH: Anna Taylor, 27 Alpine Way, Swannanoa 28778 686-4009 
GROVE STONE: Amanda Ogle, 522 Old Highway #70 W, Old Fort 28762 

LAKEWOOD: Linda Roberts, 814 Cherokee Avenue, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-6102 

LAUREL SPRINGS: Inez Owenby, 809 Ridge Road, Asheville 28806 254-2972 

LIBERTY: Donnah Cole, 718 Justice Ridge Road, Candleer 28715 242-3796 

LONG SHOALS: Suzanne Duncan, 198 B Valley Street, Mars Hill 28754 674-4631 
MACEDONIA: Marian Whiteside, 51 Panorama Drive, Asheville 28806 
MERRIMON AVENUE: Mike Goldsmith, P. O. Box 1453, Fairview 28730 
MORGAN HILL: Judy Ball, 21 Upper Roberts Branch Road, Weaverville 28787 645-3878 

MOUNT CARMEL: Nancy Owen, 1 1 5 Anders Drive, Asheville 28806 254-8393 

MOUNT OLIVE: Doris Stewart, 40 Mt. Olive Church Road, Asheville 28805 255-0583 
NEW LIBERTY: Gaynelle Rogers, 520 Olivette Road, Asheville 28804 

NEW MORGAN HILL: Linda Wilde, 134 Canaan Drive, Candler 2871 5 665-7606 

NEWBRIDGE: Darlene Hunter, 23 White Cedar Drive, Weaverville 28787 645-8246 

NEWFOUND: Betty Sands, 223 James Drive, Leicester 28748 683-4136 

OAK GROVE: Ralph Parker, 5 Village Park Drive, Weaverville 28787 658-2185 
OAKLEY: Lucille Lawrence, 209 Crowell Square Ct., Apt. 215, Asheville 28806 670-7274 

PINE BURR PARK: Amy Sellers, 85 Indian Mound Trail, Fairview 28730 628-0989 

POLE CREEK: Cynthia Sellinger, 5 Carriage Lane, Candler 28715 665-1205 

REED MEMORIAL: Donna Gasperson, P. O. Box 301, Ridgecrest 28770 669-2265 

REYNOLDS: Marian Keever, 526 Fairview Road, Asheville 28803 274-7357 

RIDGECREST: Mary Alice Goodridge, P. O. Box 53, Ridgecrest 28770 669-0377 

RIDGEWAY: Susan Wines, 100 Crossroad Hill, Canton 28716 648-6273 

RIVERSIDE: Jeanette Penley, 161 Avondale Road, Asheville 28803 298-3920 

SKYLAND: Sherry Angel, P. O. Box 278 Skyland 28776 684-7214 
STARNES COVE: Kathy W. Glass, P.O. Box 454, Candler 28715 

SUNRISE: Pat Roberts, 15 Lance Lane, Asheville 28806 254-9095 

SWANNANOA FBC: Pam Brown, 60 Charlotte Lane, Swannanoa 28778 686-5570 
TRINITY, FAIRVIEW: Matthew Buchanan, 45 Avondale Hgts. Asheville 28803 298-4856 
TURKEY CREEK: Brenda Gillespie, 551 Moores Valley Lane, Leicester 28748 683-9897 

VICTORY: Phyllis Davis, 110 Olivette Road, Asheville 28804 254-2766 

WEAVERVILLE FBC: Frances Coates, P. O. Box 547, Weaverville 28787 645-6720 

WEST ASHEVILLE: Dm McClure, 926 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-9824 

WHITE ROCK: Christine Medford, 1240 Pisgah Highway, Candler 28715 667-4183 

WOODLAND HILLS: Julia Casell, 110 Bailey Road, Asheville 28806 236-2766 

ZION HILL: Gail Jones, 124 Smith Road, Leicester 28748 683-9912 



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MISSIONARY REPORT 

What a wonderful year it has been in the BBA! I've been blessed to share in so many of 
our churches and experience the excitement of the Body of Christ as we worship, grow 
and serve. I'm looking forward with anxious anticipation to the coming year of growth. 

Mississippi Update 

The response of our churches to the Mississippi Partnership has been beyond my wildest 
expectations. BBA churches continue to schedule trips to assist the rebuilding efforts in 
Gulf Coast Association, which is nearing the completion of 300 homes! Several churches 
have fall trips planned, and we will continue associational support of Baptist Men and Gulf 
Coast Association as long as our funding continues to be strong. 

New Partnerships 

A team from four of our churches returned from a mission trip to Clearmont, Wyoming in 
July. Next year our partnership with Wyoming will be one of the primary mission targets 
for our association along with the new Eastern Canada partnership. We had a special 
meeting with representatives of the BSCNC updating the various partnership mission 
opportunities. Information on all of these will be available at the Resource Center. I would 
encourage every church to set aside time and funds for at least one mission trip in 2007. 
We can help you with the details and put you together with experienced churches. 

A Strong Summer 

The busy spring season was followed by an equally hectic summer in BBA. We hosted 
three summer missionaries this year, and they were well received and well used by our 
churches. Youth on Mission Teams also served in a limited capacity this year in some of 
our churches. For the summer of 2007 we will have Youth on Mission teams and a group 
of youth from a "Fuge" week at Ridgecrest available to serve in BBA churches. 

Our children's choir camp and mission camp groups were once again strong. Some of our 
churches also participated in Crossover Triad the week before the Southern Baptist 
Convention meeting in Greensboro. It was a joy to see so many of our churches 
represented at the historic SBC meeting. Our new convention president has strong ties to 
the Carolinas and will serve us well in the coming year. 

Baptism Rallies 

We held four Associational Baptism Rallies as we celebrated the push to win one million 
people to Christ this year. Each was a wonderful success for the churches that 
participated. Over 200 were baptized and many others heard the Gospel for the first time. 
We look forward to having future rallies as a regular part of our evangelism and missions 
calendar next summer. 

Seminary Extension 

Classes began in September with our first two groups taught by Mark Ball and Stephen 
Summers. The next semester will start in January with two new classes for anyone in 
ministry or laity. Courses may be taken for credit or personal enrichment. Pick up a 



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registration packet at the Resource Center today. And, if you are interested in earning an 
accredited Bachelor's degree using Seminary Extension courses and other credits, pick up 
the flyer from Judson College. 

Global Focus Conference 

One of our newest churches, North Point, conducted their first Global Missions Conference 
in September. It was a delight to set up the BBA information booth and have the 
opportunity to teach during the event. Biltmore has just completed another successful 
Global Impact event. I would love to see more of our churches have mission-focused 
weeks or weekends to emphasize world missions. Our staff will be glad to assist you with 
the planning and preparation for your mission event. 

New Year Changes 

I also want to thank our Associational Strategy Planning Team for meeting and helping us 
make some key decisions in 2006. We have a simplified structure planned for 2007, but 
we will not need to make any constitutional changes at the Fall Meeting. Instead, we will 
just allow our present teams to meet in the combined group structure in the coming year 
and work out the details that can be presented in our future meetings. This streamlined 
organization will give us greater efficiency and more contact with our churches. 
Watch the Heartbeat and your mailbox for the meeting times of your group. Most of our 
meetings will take place on Monday evenings. In accordance with our prayer emphasis, we 
will be adding an associational Prayer Coordinator to serve in the CCM group. Help us to 
pray now for the person God has planned for this important volunteer position. 

Yours for Healthy Churches, 

Craig Bailey 

CHURCH AND COMMUNITY MINISTRIES 
Norma Melton 

Through the ministry of volunteers in Buncombe Baptist churches the love of Jesus was 
shared to thousands of people. Church and Community Ministries has provided ways for 
redeemed individuals to share the gospel and meet spiritual, physical, mental and 
emotional needs of people inside and outside the church doors. 

• 345 Angel Tree® children and their families were touched in Jesus' name and 
prisoners experienced the love of Christ. 

• More than 500 other children were able to receive gifts last Christmas because 
Buncombe Baptists partnered with Asheville Buncombe Community Christian 
Ministries by allowing them to use the Gayle Brown Ministry Center. 

• 332 "Red Boxes" containing hygiene items and Scripture were distributed at 
Christmas to various groups and agencies in the Asheville area. 

• A Christmas party where the story of Jesus was shared brought smiles to the 
inmates at Black Mountain Women's Correctional Facility. 



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• The Christmas message filled the lobby of the Grove Park Inn as the Buncombe 
Baptist Adult Chorale sang. In May and in September the Chorale shared two other 
concerts where Jesus was lifted and the congregation worshiped with the Chorale. 

• The associational WMU Leadership Team hosted the annual day of prayer in 
November and hosted the WMU annual meeting in April. The annual meeting 
theme, "International Holiday," provided an opportunity to learn how the gospel is 
being shared around the world. The Leadership Team provided a fish fry 
appreciation dinner for pastors. 

• Buncombe Baptists employed three summer college student missionaries who 
served with excellence in many areas. Missionaries were Carla Bowlin, Whitney 
Thompson and Justin Davis. 

• Church teams met hundreds of people at the 1-26 Interstate Rest Areas during 
Easter and Memorial Day weekends. 

• An increasing interest in literacy ministry among our churches has provided more 
opportunities to share with various language groups in Asheville and to share with 
children who need help through tutoring. On August 24 persons attended an 
English as a Second Language workshop held at the Resource Center. 

• Church teams witnessed in downtown Asheville through a diaper changing station 
at Bele Chere. Several people received Christ at the booth. 

• Children's Choir Camp gave an opportunity for boys and girls to praise God through 
a musical. 

• Children's Mission Camp concluded with about twelve children making decisions for 
Christ. 

• Churches have been encouraged to prayerwalk their communities. The 
associational staff is now prayerwalking an area of Asheville once a month. 

• The Christian Women's Job Corps® advisory board has been in the process of 
evaluation this year regarding the direction of the ministry. Edwina Messer has will 
be the volunteer CWJC site coordinator. She will be attending training in November 
and the ministry will again be active after the first of the new year. 

• The Western North Carolina Mountain State Fair Ministry continues to be an 
exciting time of reaching out to carnival workers and thousands of people who 
attend the fair. About 150 decisions for Christ were reported through this year's 
efforts. Lives were changed as church teams from several associations were 
available to serve God at the fairgrounds. 

• Over 300 senior adults enjoyed fellowship and a meal at the annual senior adult 
fellowship. Then they experienced a "Walk Through the Jerusalem Marketplace." 

During this year I have had opportunity to share in several of our churches. Also, I have 
shared with other associational churches how Buncombe Baptists are involved in ministry. 
In April I spent ten days in Wyoming participating in an On Mission Celebration at the 
request of the North American Mission Board. North Carolina currently has a mission 
partnership with Wyoming. I ask you to pray about going there on a mission trip. The 
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Morgan Haynes, a member of West Asheville Baptist Church and a senior at Erwin High 
School is presently working as an intern with the Association. The school is allowing her to 
receive credit for volunteering during her first period class this semester. 

God continues to bless as volunteers serve in His name! Thank you for serving. 

ORDINATIONS TEAM 
October 2005-October 2006 

The Ordinations Team counts it a privilege to assist churches in examining and 
recommending candidates to the gospel ministry. At the request of the member church, 
the Team examines a candidate and recommends him back to the member church for 
ordination. The church is then responsible to ordain the candidate, usually in an ordination 
service. 

The following candidates were examined for ordination to the gospel ministry. 

Teddy Winter, Mount Carmel Baptist, December 12, 2005 

Dan Anderson, Oakley Baptist, March 1 1 , 2006 

William Oxendine, Clear Branch Baptist, March 19, 2006 

Ryan Hooper, West Asheville Baptist, June 4, 2006 

Steve Linhart, Bent Creek Baptist, June 15, 2006 

Foster Massey, Mountain View Baptist, June 15, 2006 

Michael Williams, Mountain View Baptist, June 15, 2006 

Tim Sanders, Emma's Grove Baptist, July 17, 2006 

MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE 

The Membership Committee of the Buncombe Baptist Association made up of Nina Fisher, 
James Lamb, and Ronnie Owen have met and recommend to the messengers that North 
Point Baptist Church be received into full membership with all its rights, privileges, and 
responsibilities. 

North Point has been under watch care for the past year and proven themselves to be a 
strong church with a bright future. We are happy to make this recommendation. 



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IN MEMORIAM 

Since our Fall meeting, October 2005, a total of 242 persons "have fought the good fight, 
have Finished the course, and have kept the faith. " There were four deacons, two charter 
members, one trustee and four ordained ministers. 

Recommendation is made that the 2006 Buncombe Baptist Association Minutes be 
dedicate to the following ordained ministers: 

Reverend Lynn Crouch, Mountain View Baptist Church 

Reverend Gordon Scruggs, Bethel Baptist Church 

Reverend E. S. Morgan, Newbridge Baptist Church 

Reverend George Roberts, West Asheville Baptist Church 

Reverend John Thomas, Ecclesia Fellowship 

CHRISTIAN LIFE AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS ANNUAL REPORT— 2006 

Gail Harding, Consultant 

In addition to the monthly INFO PAGES which addressed many social/moral issues, 
pornography was addressed at length in a special October 2005 INFO PAGE. Another 
SPECIAL INFO PAGE will go out in early October 2006 explaining at length what 
churches and pastors may or may not do during the election season. (Often pastors are 
frightened to even hint at what might be considered "politics" for fear of losing their tax free 
exemption status. They have even received letters warning that could be the case if they 
distribute voter guides, etc.) This should answer most questions, allowing the church family 
to be both salt and light. Christians practice their citizenship responsibilities through the 
privilege of voting for our rulers, and addressing the social/moral issues of the day. We 
must be informed to do each of these well. Barna research shows that only 8% of Baptists 
have a Biblical world view. What a challenge! 

CDs have been added to the CL&PA resources covering the following topics: sanctity of 
human life; race relations, substance abuse; entertainment & pop culture; citizenship; 
health care; gambling; and world hunger. (The Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission will 
no longer make these CDs available.) Please avail yourselves of these and other 
resources available at the Buncombe Baptist Resource Center. 

Issues that continue to demand our attention include internet gambling and pornography, 
child sexual predators, protecting the Biblical model of family, homosexual influence on 
society, abortion, human cloning, stem cell research, and multiple problems resulting from 
the increasing number of illegal immigrants present and continuing to enter our state and 
country. 

I am available to help you obtain information on any of these issues and to help you 
establish a Christian Life & Public Affairs committee in your church. Contact me at 
gailharding@brinet.com 



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B AFOST STUDENT UNION 
UNC ASHEVILLE 

1 38 Sevier Street 
Asheville NC 28804 

(828)252-3817 

www.unca.edu/bsu 

uncabsu@yahoo.com 

As a ministry of the North Carolina Baptist State Convention, the Baptist Student Union 
(BSU) has been serving the UNCA campus for the past 18 years. We offer weekly Bible 
studies, worship, and Christian community on the UNCA Campus. The BSU seeks to 
reach lost students and pastor collegiate believers in Asheville. 

This past year has been a great year of growth. We have increased our ministry impact on 
campus and are developing a strong body of believers that can share and live out their 
faith on the college campus. We have been blessed by having your pastors come in for 
"Encounter," our Thursday night worship service, and encourage and challenge us in our 
faith. This new year has great promise with a large group of new students who have 
gotten involved in he ministry of BSU. 

We have been active in partnering with churches and Baptist organizations in outreach. 
As we continue to minister to students and teach them how to minister, it is our desire to 
prepare them to give back to you, the local churches, by offering youth retreat weekends, 
drama, or music to your church. Additionally, students use the BSU house, which is open 
from 8:00 a.m. to 1 1:00 p.m. weekly, as a place to hang out, have Bible studies, study for 
class, do laundry, prepare a fellowship meal, watch movies, pray and play. 

Operating as a non-profit, our ministry can accept tax deductible contributions like a church 
or charity. Our Board of Directors hopes to find ways to increase funding for our ministry 
to help us reach other Asheville area campuses. Please pray for us as we endeavor to 
broaden our ministry. 

Ways that you and your church can get involved: 

> Pray for our ministry 

> Become a spiritual mentor for a student 

> Support Baptist Campus Ministry financially 

Christ's Blessings, 

David Stone — UNCA Campus Minister 

Our Board of Directors: Craig Bailey, Buncombe Baptist Association; Larry Basinger, 
Merrimon Avenue Baptist Church; Vollie Barnwell, North Point Baptist Church; Jim McCoy, 
Weaverville First Baptist Church; Joe Yelton, Hominy Baptist Church; Stephen Summers, 
Jason Woodby — UNCA graduate. 



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GuideStone Financial Resources 

Baptist State Convention of North Carolina, Inc. 

Johnny E. Ross, GuideStone State Representative 

During the past year significant strides have been made to provide the very best service to 
employees of our churches and agencies who are active participants in the retirement 
plan, jointly administered by GuideStone Financial Resources, SBC, and the Baptist 
Convention of NC, Inc., and to those who have purchased insurance products from 
GuideStone. Through a contractual agreement with Morningstar Associates, LLC, a 
registered investment advisor, retirement participants now have access online to a leading 
innovator in offering retirement advice. Specifically,. Morningstar Retirement Manager 
offers objective, expert recommendations and resources to help participants make clear 
decisions about their retirement plans. Never before have we been able to offer this 
incredible service at no cost to our retirement participants. 

In the life and health areas enhancements continue to be made to provide additional 
flexibility in plan options, deductibles and competitive rates. Taking advantage of 
significant discounts through Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield, medical plan rates have 
been stabilized. While over 40% of personal plan participants received a decrease in rates 
in 2005, over 57% of personal plan medical participants received a decrease in rates for 
2006. The 31 day open enrollment period for new students in our divinity schools, Bible 
institute, and seminary continues to be an attractive option for this target group. 

During the past year the importance of the protection benefits (disability and survivor), 
which come free to those who are active participants in the Church Retirement Plan and 
who are serving an eligible church, was magnified with 100 participants receiving disability 
protection benefits and 40 families receiving survivor benefits because of that many deaths 
among our church employees. One widow, whose pastor/husband in his early 50's 
suffered a stroke and died within ten days, received a survivor benefit check in the amount 
of $50,000 in addition to the money in his retirement account. The survivor check of 
$50,000 came quickly (also tax free) and proved to be a "lifesaver" to this widow. As in 
previous years, the great challenge is to educate our church employees and key lay 
leaders in our churches about these great benefits provided at no cost to those church 
employees who meet the eligibility requirements. 

Furthermore, we gladly cooperate with the Endowment ministry at GuideStone to provide 
ongoing and one-time financial assistance to retired ministers and widows of ministers who 
are living in poverty. As of June 30, we have 222 North Carolinians, who have met the very 
strict guidelines, receiving financial assistance from GuideStone Financial Resources. 
Unfortunately, others could be assisted if we only knew who they were. 

In conclusion, it is our strong desire to increase the level of retirement participation and to 
serve all of our churches and their employees with the appropriate information/products to 
meet their needs. For more information call the Baptist State Convention of NC at 
1 .800.395.5102, extensions 320 or 321 , visit our Web site at www.northcarolinabaptists.org 
call GuideStone at 1.888.984.8433, or visit the GuideStone Web site www.GuideStone.org. 



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BAPTIST CHILDREN'S HOMES OF NORTH CAROLINA 
July 2005-July 2006 

Many voices, One Story.. .North Carolina Baptists attending the Baptist State Convention 
Tuesday evening, November 15, 2005, sat as the lights in the Joel Coliseum in Winston- 
Salem dimmed. Messengers and guests arrived anticipating the night's report from Baptist 
Children's Homes (BCH). Every five years, the Institution presents a 30-minute expanded 
report, which many people view as the highlight of the convention. 

The crowd present this night leaned forward as the first child stepped to the microphone to 
tell her story. Children and residents representing BCH's four campuses, wilderness 
camping program, group homes and developmental disabilities ministry filled the stage 
area. The 2005 meeting was BCH's opportunity to share the ministry through children's 
testimonies and songs while highlighting the Institution's 120 th anniversary. 

BCH president Michael C. Blackwell enthusiastically addressed the group declaring, "We 
are uniquely, proudly, passionately, and incurably a part of the North Carolina Baptist 
family." To close the presentation, Broyhill Home resident Jennifer and developmental 
disabilities resident Marcie sang "Jesus Loves Me." "These are God's miracle children..." 
Blackwell said, "I want you to see in those eyes the eyes of our God who loves children." 

But the true pinnacle of the evening for one special child occurred away from the eyes of 
messengers. "We were all saying goodbye when I looked down and saw Jennifer crying," 
said Lou Arnsdorff, Jennifer's child care worker. (Jennifer has just sung on stage.) A 
tearful Jennifer told Arnsdorff, "I just want to ask Jesus into my heart." In a crowded 
hallway outside the auditorium, Jennifer accepted Christ as her Savior. 

Show you /ove...This year's Baptist Children's Homes' offering theme, "Show You Love," 
represents the pivotal role individuals and churches play in the lives of hurting children. 
North Carolina Baptists show their love through the prayer and financial support. It is only 
through this commitment that BCH can continue to make a difference. This year's 
statewide offering goal is $1 ,375,000. This represents a $25,000 increased from last year. 
Challenge your church to participate in the 2006 Offering Campaign. 

Biography Unveiled. The biography of BCH president Michael C. Blackwell was 
published and officially unveiled to the public in April. Just Call Me Mickey: From Mill 
Village to Mills Homes, the Journey of Michael C. Blackwell was written by the late Wint 
Capel, former editor of the Thomasville Times. The book chronicles Blackwell's life from 
his humble beginnings as a boy living in the mill village town of Gastonia to becoming 
president of one of the largest private children's homes in the southeast United States. 

New PMG members named... Baptist Children's Homes' president Michael C. Blackwell 
announced several key administrative appointments in June. Nancy McNeill was named 
BCH's Executive Vice President (EVP) of Operations overseeing the statewide Institution's 
day-to-day operations. Jim Edminson was appointed BCH's Institutional Director for 
Communications directing the agency's statewide communications. Shane Nixon has been 



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named BCH's Institutional Director of Information Services directing BCH's technology 
services and broadening his role of service. McNeill, Edminson and Nixon will serve on 
Blackwell's President's Management Group (PMG). 

Former resident, BCH child care worker, and administrative office manager, Jennifer Shore 
was appointed Executive Assistant to the President and longtime staff member Ron 
Richardson was named Manager, Institutional Support Services. 

Dedicated to the Glory of God... Baptist Children's Homes set its sights towards the 
future expanding its services to children and families. 

The Alverta Bolick Home in Asheville was dedicated in May. The facility is home to 

developmental^ disabled adults in the Asheville Area. 

The campaign to build two similar facilities for special needs adults in the Sanford 

community began in August 2005. 

A state-of-the-art education center in Kinston was dedicated in July. The new 

Reverend Kenneth E. Haigler & William "Bill" Overcash Education Center offers an 

on-campus school to residents at BCH's Kennecdy Home. 

The Winifred Lindsay and Three Forks Homes for developmentally disabled adults 

were dedicated August 27 in Boone. 

Groundbreaking for DDM homes in Sanford and Asheboro will take place 

September 10 and October 14 respectively. 

NORTH CAROLINA BAPTIST HOSPITAL 
Len B. Preslar, Jr., President 

BAPTIST HOSPITAL AND NORTH CAROLINA BAPTISTS: A SHARED MISSION OF SERVICE 

Since 1923, when the first patient was admitted to Baptist Hospital, our mission has been 
to extend the healing ministry of Christ. We are strongly committed to excellence in caring 
for our patients. Every day for every patient, we seek to combine the latest science of 
modern medicine with the art of human compassion in the name of Christ's love. Our 
mission, consistent with our Baptist heritage, is a sacred privilege: "To provide and 
advance excellent healthcare, embracing the healing presence of God." 

HIGHLIGHTS AT NORTH CAROLINA BAPTIST HOSPITAL 

Medical Care Among the Nation's Best 

• We continue to be ranked among the top 50 hospitals in America by U.S. News and 
World Report. 

• Our Comprehensive Cancer Center is ranked among the top centers in the nation 
for cancer care. 

• Out Heart Center is designated a Cardiac Center of Excellence by Blue Cross Blue 
Shield of North Carolina. 

• Our neurosurgeons are among the nation's leaders in developing treatments for 
diseases affecting the brain and spine. 



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• Our Neonatal and Pediatric Intensive Care Units provide the highest level of 
specialized care. 

• We are in the top 12 percent in patient satisfaction among our peers in the United 
States. 

Information and Appointments 

To make an appointment for yourself or a family member with a physician, or to receive 
information on health related issues, please contact HEALTH ON-CALL @ 800-446-2255 
or 336-716-2255, 

THE SCHOOL OF PASTORAL CARE: EXTENDING THE MINISTRY OF CHURCHES 

We are privileged to be partners in ministry with North Carolina Baptists. Through the 
support of cooperative giving, we are able to provide compassionate and life-changing 
ministry to thousands o hurting people every year. We are grateful to be on mission for 
N.C. Baptists, fulfilling our purpose — "to provide ministries of growth, hope and 
healing in the Spirit of Christ." AW of our ministries find their focus and heart in this 
missions. 

Baptist Hospital's CareNet Counseling Centers extend the mission of churches through 
pastoral counseling ministries to people whose lives have been shattered by emotional 
pain. 

• 25,000 client visits will be made in 2006, with ministers being the largest referral 
source. 

• Out statewide network of 20 CareNet centers across N.C. is among the largest in 
the nation. 

• Thanks to N.C. Baptists, no one is turned away for lack of resources. 

• "We could never say thank you enough to CareNet for helping our daughter find 
healing from the darkness of depression."— N.C. Baptist pastor. 

The Center for Congregational Health is strengthening the ministry of churches through 
highly skilled, Christ-centered consultation services and leadership development 
programs. 

• Consultants help nearly 25 churches per month with strategic planning, team 
development and reconciliation ministries. 

• 400 ministers and church leaders per year receive expert leadership training. 

• Interim ministry training has been provided to over 1 ,800 clergy, with 82% of 
churches reporting improved spiritual health after their service. 

• "Our church has a greater sense of hope, direction, and confidence thanks to our 
interim minister from the Center for Congregational Health. " 

The Chaplaincy and Pastoral Education Department is providing compassionate 
ministry to our patients, families and staff and life-changing training for clergy. 

• 56,396 ministry contacts were made in FY 2005, an increase of 13%. 

• 42 Ministers and seminary students completed our Clinical Pastoral Education 
training programs in 2005, one of the largest accredited centers in America. 



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• Our chaplains will lead 260 worship services at the Medical Center in 2006. 

• "The training at Baptist Hospital put life back into my faith. " Baptist minister 

THE MOTHER'S DAY OFFERING: EXTENDING CARE TO THE "LEAST OF THESE" 

Thanks to the compassion and generosity of North Carolina Baptists, the Mother's Day 

Offering reached a record high of $664,744 in 2005! Every dollar of every gift lifts the 

anxious burden of hospital bills for our patients in serious financial need. Having no where 

to turn for help, Christ reaches out to them through you. Their lives are changed by the 

power of gratitude. 

"/ could never say thank you enough for the help of the Mother's Day Offering. I've faced 

some hard times and was so worried about my hospital bill. This gift blessed me so much 

and strengthened my walk with Christ. " 

"I was so overwhelmed by this gift that I couldn't help but cry tears of joy. I never thought 

I'd be in a situation like this, needing help and not knowing where to turn. I praise God for 

people who reach out to help. Please thank them with all my heart. 

The Minister's Subsidy was a tremendous blessing to our family." N.C. Baptist 
minister. N.C. Baptist ministers and their families benefit from a subsidy of up to 25% on 
hospital bills for care they receive at Baptist Hospital. The subsidy is provided by the 
Hospital's W.K. McGee Patient Service Fund with help from the Mother's Day Offering as 
needed. $76,875 was provided in FY 2006. 

CLOSING WORDS FROM THE PRESIDENT 

Serving our patients and their families, providing them with medical expertise marked by 
excellence and compassion, is a sacred trust. We are committed to being the best among 
the best of health care providers. We are sincerely grateful to North Carolina Baptist for 
being our partners in this mission of Christ's healing love 

BAPTIST RETIREMENT HOMES 
OF NORTH CAROLINA INCORPORATED 

WHAT IS BAPTIST RETIREMENT HOMES? 

Founded in 1951, Baptist Retirement Homes of North Carolina, Incorporated (BRH), is one 
of North Carolina's most respected providers of long-term care. With five retirement 
communities across the state, BRH provides all levels of care for older adults, including 
special programming and care for older adults with dementia related disorders like 
Alzheimer's Disease. Baptist Retirement Homes is a not-for-profit organization affiliated 
with the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. 



ARE RESIDENTS OF BAPTIST RETIREMENT HOMES PRIMARILY BAPTIST? 

At the Brookridge Retirement Community, 50% of the resident population is Baptist. About 
80% of the resident population of the Western North Carolina Baptist Home is Baptist. 
Approximately 50% of the residents at The Gardens of Taylor Glen Retirement Community 



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are Baptist. The Taylor House and Hamilton Baptist Home are primarily composed of 
Baptist Residential populations. 

WHAT IS THE COST OF SERVICES? ARE FINANCIAL RESOURCES AVAILABLE 

FOR THOSE WHO CANNOT PAY? 

Fees vary according to communities and the level of care chosen or required by residents. 
A full schedule of fees for each community is available upon request. There are no 
entrance fees associated with any of the health-related facilities at the Brookridge and 
Western North Carolina Communities and the Hamilton Baptist Home and Taylor House. 
The Hamilton Baptist Home and the Taylor House are among the few not-for-profit, 
church-related long-term care communities in North Carolina with no financial 
requirements for admission. Contributions received from the Baptist State Convention 
Cooperative Program, the North Carolina Offering for Older Adults, and from local Baptist 
churches across the state are used exclusively to help BRH provide care for those older 
adults in either assisted living or nursing care at the Brookridge and Western North 
Carolina communities and the Hamilton Baptist Home and the Taylor House. 

DOES THE BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION OF NORTH CAROLINA SUPPORT 

BAPTIST RETIREMENT HOMES? 

Baptist Retirement Homes is affiliated with the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina 
but is a separate and distinct corporate entity. Messengers of the churches that compose 
the Baptist State Convention elect Baptist Retirement Homes Board members. In 2004, 
funds received from the Convention Cooperative Program, the North Carolina Offering for 
Older Adults, and local Baptist churches totaled approximately $1 .5 million. All of those 
monies were used to support older adults living in assisted living or nursing care who lack 
sufficient financial resources to pay for the care they both need and deserve. 

WHERE ARE BAPTIST RETIREMENT HOMES' COMMUNITIES LOCATED AND WHAT 

SERVICES DO THEY OFFER? 

The Brookridge Retirement Community in Winston Salem is a 46-acre continuing care 
retirement community, established in 1989. Brookridge offers its 300 residents 
independent and assisted living, a memory-enhanced residence for older adults with 
dementia and nursing care services. Accommodations range from garden homes to four 
floor plans of apartments for independent living. Assisted living and the memory-enhanced 
residence offer private rooms. The Prince Nursing Care Center offers private and semi- 
private rooms. Brookridge is a full-service retirement community offering meal service, 
recreational activities, housekeeping, religious activities, special programming for older 
adults with dementia, a water therapy/exercise center, a bank, a library and more. For 
more information, contact: 

Brookridge Retirement Community 
1 199 Hayes Forest Drive * Winston Salem, NC 27106 * 336-759-1044 
(FAX) 336-759-7389 * Web site: www.brh.org 

The Western North Carolina Baptist Home is located on a 22-acre tract atop Richmond 
Hill in northwest Asheville. The Home offers residents assisted living and nursing care. 
Established in 1979, the Home was recently renovated and expanded to accommodate 

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150 residents. The Western North Carolina Baptist Home is a full service retirement 
community that includes a memory-enhanced residence for older adults with dementia. It 
offers meal service, nursing services, recreational activities, housekeeping, laundry, 
religious activities, and more. For more information, contact: 

Western North Carolina Baptist Home 

213 Richmond Hill Drive*Asheville NC 28806*828-254-9675 (FAX) (828) 254-0253 

Web site: www.brh.org 

The Hamilton Baptist Home is a 30-bed assisted living community iocated on 18 acres in 
Hamilton in eastern North Carolina. Recently renovated to enhance the comfort of the 
residents, the Home has been in operation since 1963. Services include private rooms, all 
daily meals, recreational activities, housekeeping, laundry services, medication assistance, 
religious activities and more. For more information, contact: 

Hamilton Baptist Home 
301 North Railroad Street*Hamilton, NC 27840*252-798-5901 *Web site: www.brh.org 

The Taylor House is home to 30 residents in Albemarle, in North Carolina's Piedmont 
region. Situated in a residential neighborhood. The Taylor House opened in 1954 and 
was renovated in 2003. It offers a full range of assisted living services, including three 
meals daily, housekeeping, private rooms, laundry service, medication monitoring, 
recreational and religious activities and more. For more information, contact: 

The Taylor Home 

319 Palmer Street * Albemarle, NC 28001 * 704-982-4217 (FAX) 704-982-5366 * Web 

site: www.brh.org 

The Gardens of Taylor Glen in Concord is a 100-acre continuing care retirement 
community established in 2002. The community offers independent living, assisted living, 
a memory-enhanced residence for older adults with dementia, and nursing care services. 
Five floor plans are offered for independent living as well as private accommodations for 
assisted living, the memory-enhanced residence, and nursing care. The Gardens of 
Taylor Glen is a full-service retirement community offering three dining areas, a water 
therapy/exercise center, housekeeping, recreational activities, religious activities, a band, a 
library, convenience store, and more. For more information, contact: 

The Gardens of Taylor Glen 

3700 Taylor Glen Lane * Concord, NC 28027 * 704-788-6510 (FAX) 704-788-6508 

* Web site: www.brh.org 

MORE QUESTIONS: 
CALL THE BAPTIST ELDER CARE NETWORK 1-800-887-7410 

The Elder Care Network is a free service offered by Baptist Retirement Homes of North 
Carolina, Incorporated to older adults and their families. One number connects you to a 



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statewide system of caregivers, community resources, and retirement communities to help 
you deal with the many difficult issues of aging. 

THE NORTH CAROLINA BAPTIST FOUNDATION, INC. 
2006 Annual Report 

M. Clay Warf, Executive Director 
Nancy V. Hunter, Chair, Board of Directors 

The mission of the North Carolina Baptist Foundation since its inception in 1920 has 
been to assist the Convention and its institutions and agencies in increasing an awareness 
among North Carolina Baptists of Christian estate stewardship principles as a means of 
financially undergirding churches, institutions and mission endeavors on a permanent 
basis. The uniqueness of the ministries and services provided by the institutions and 
General Board staff merits increased financial support. The Foundation accomplishes 
these objectives by offering assistance in estate planning counsel, will preparation, 
planned giving, charitable remainder trusts, endowment funds and church fund 
management. 

During 2005, the Foundation assisted individuals in establishing 49 
endowment funds and 12 charitable remainder trusts totaling $1 .8 million and received 
$7.1 million in contributions to existing endowments all of which will ultimately benefit 
countless Baptist causes on a permanent basis. Programs were provided for churches 
and associations during the year to promote "Make a Will Month," Christian estate 
stewardship, and church fund management. Over $1 .5 million from churches and 
institutions came under management to enhance numerous ministries including 
scholarships, building funds, cemetery funds, benevolence funds, general operating funds 
and other various mission causes. Overall, the Foundation received $10.6 million 
contributions during 2005 for Christian causes. 

The Foundation employs professional money managers to invest these funds 
according to an investment policy adopted by its Board. Four investment pools are 
offered: a growth fund, a balanced fund, an income fund and a fixed income fund. The 
Foundation uses the services of Salomon Smith Barney to help select top money 
managers and evaluate performance. As of December 31 , 2005, the Foundation held 
$136.1 million under management. 

During 2005, our distributions totaled $7.8 million, with charity receiving $5.7 
million and individuals, through trusts, receiving $2.1 million. During the 85-year history of 
The North Carolina Baptist Foundation, Inc., $29.1 million has been distributed to 
individuals and $53.3 million to Baptist churches, institutions and mission causes for a 
grand historical total of $82.4 million. 



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Foundation 


0.6% 


Hospitals 


2.6% 


Student Loans 


0.3% 


Biblical Recorder 


0.2% 


Individuals 


27.1% 


Churches 


36.5% 



2005 Distributions 

Annuity Board 1.1% 
Home & Foreign Missions 2.9% 

Associations 6.9% 

Children's Homes 2.5% 

Christian Education 3.2% 

Retirement Homes 2.6% 

Baptist State Conv. 11.8% Other 1.7% 



COUNCIL ON CHRISTIAN HIGHER EDUCATION 
BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION OF NORTH CAROLINA 

2006 

Appreciate the Past, Celebrate the Present, Anticipate the Future 

Across the years Campbell, Chowan, Gardner-Webb, and Wingate Universities and 
Mars Hill College have emphasized that all Christians are called to ministry whatever their 
vocation. Each of the schools has in the past and continues to assist students in 
understanding how they can live out their calling and faith in the world. 

Each of the schools also places a high priority on educating persons for vocational 
ministry and missions. In 2005 there were 495 Ministerial Students in our North Carolina 
Baptist universities and college. 

Thanks to your support for Christian Higher Education the Baptist State Convention 
provided financial aid to 551 North Carolina Baptist students in the amount of $1,176,551 
in 2005. These students received an average of $2,135. From Buncombe Association 30 
students received scholarship aid. These students came from the following churches: 
Asheville First, Beaverdam, Beverly Hills, Biltmore, Black Mountain First, Flat Creek, 
Gashes Creek, Hominy, Jupiter, Merrimon Avenue, New Liberty, New Life Community, 
Pleasant Hill, Ridgeway, Swannanoa First, The Celebration Church, Weaverville First, 
West Asheville and Woodland Hills. 

Without your assistance many of these deserving students would not have been 
able to attend a Baptist college or university. Thank you Campbell, Chowan, Gardner- 
Webb, Mars Hill and Wingate for providing education with a Christian mission. And thank 
you Baptist churches for supporting North Carolina Baptist students. Together you are 
honoring your heritage as you impact the world for good and for God. 



Jesse J. Croom, President 
Brian Davis, Executive Director 
Council on Christian Higher Education, PO Box 1107, Gary, 27512-1107 
1.800.395.5102, ext. 119 -bdavis@bscnc.org 



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BIBLICAL RECORDER 
2006 Associational Report 

The Biblical Recorder is now in the 1 73 rd year of service to Baptists in North Carolina, a 
ministry that now extends around the world. The Recorders mission is "to further Christ's 
kingdom among North Carolina Baptists by providing relevant news, insightful opinions 
and supportive resources in a timely and accessible fashion." 

The Recorder was founded in 1833 and has served since that time as the official news 
journal of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina, even though it was privately 
owned and operated until 1939, when it became a convention agency. As it has from the 
beginning, the Recorder relates to the full spectrum of BSC churches, and reports on 
matters of interest to them. 

In keeping with principles outlined in its charter and reflected in the Baptist State 
Convention Articles and Bylaws, the Recorder staff works "to maintain and safeguard 
the inalienable rights and privileges of a free press, these rights and privileges 
being consistent with the traditional Baptist emphasis upon the freedom, under Christ, 
of both the human spirit and Baptist churches." 

The Biblical Recorder is widely acknowledged to be in the top echelon of state Baptist 
Papers, winning national honors from the Baptist Communicator's Association every 
year since 2000, including the prestigious Burkhalter Award for news writing in 2001 
and numerous first place awards for news and editorial writing. 

As many readers now prefer electronic media to traditional print formats, the 
Biblical Recorder maintains a popular and rapidly growing presence on the World 
Wide Web. The website, www.biblicalrecorder.org, provides much of each paper's 
content online, as well as access to classified ads, online Bible study resources, 
and a portal to other news services. The site is updated frequently with breaking 
news items and other articles of interest. 

A blog or weblog by the editor at http://ioumal. biblicalrecorder. org offers an 
additional source of news and opinion that also provides an online community for 
dialogue and an opportunity for readers to post their own blogs or comments. 

The Recorder currently averages about 45,000 print copies per issue, most of which 
are read by more than one person. In addition, www. biblicalrecorder. org attracts more 
than 250,000 unique readers per month, giving North Carolina Baptists' state paper 
a wider reach than ever before. 

As a BSCNC agency, the Biblical Recorder gratefully receives annual support from 
Cooperative Missions Giving contributions, making it possible to offer the Recorder 
at subscription rates below the actual cost. Information packets and free three-month 
trial subscriptions are available. For more information, please contact: 



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Biblical Recorder, Inc. 

232 W. Millbrook Road 

Raleigh NC 27609 

(919) 847-2127; e-mail for subscription information: amie@biblicalrecorder.org 

Joe Babb, Chair, Board of Directors 
Tony W. Cartledge, Editor/President 



Leadership Council Meeting 

Monday, November 7, 2005 

Baptist Resource Center 

11:30 a.m. 

MINUTES 

Wayne Higgins, Moderator, Presided. After thanking the associational staff for their 
provisions for the meeting and meal, the meeting was called to order. 

Following a request for prayer for Dr. Bailey and his wife, Sue, and for Sue's father who is 
critically ill, other requests were taken and Kyle Carver led in prayer. 

Minutes of the last association leadership council meeting were approved as printed. 

Bud Dotson presented the financial update (figures through the end of September). 

The following items were included: 

□ A small additional payment has been made toward the debt retirement; the debt is 
now about $180,000. (Recommendation had been made by Dr. Bailey and Bud 
that we delay any emphasis on debt reduction due to the on-going work of our 
disaster relief efforts). Bud stated that an individual who says that he feels led to 
help in the debt reduction had approached him. 

□ Note was made that there is currently a budget deficit of $14,593; however, 
because of a $32,000 plus reserve amount, and the fact that some churches will 
catch up by the end of the year, the financial condition is okay as of now. 

□ Wayne commented that a question was asked about the amount in the current 
budget for staff Christmas bonuses. The finance and personnel committees will 
need to discuss this. 

□ An application for scholarship monies through the John G. Hicks Scholarship Fund 
has been forwarded to the corporation officers. At the current time, there is no 
committee or group that takes care of approving these applications. However, there 
is a scholarship consultant who works with the corporation officers. Ann Lytle is the 
scholarship consultant. She also received a copy of the application. The request 
for scholarship funding was for Timothy Gabriel Brown, a member of Biltmore 
Baptist Church, who will be attending Southwestern Seminary. A motion was made 
and seconded to grant the scholarship for $500. After the first year, it will be 



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necessary for hirn to reapply for future scholarship funds. Nancy Owen will notify 
Timothy Brown and the North Carolina Baptist Foundation of this scholarship 
award. The funds will be disbursed from the Foundation to the school. 

The partnership missions update was given by Norma Melton in the absence of Scott 

Shields. Norma presented the following information: 

a Norma distributed information about the Mississippi partnership that was also 
distributed at the Fall Meeting. The motion was made and seconded that the 
Buncombe Baptist Association enter into a formal partnership with the Gulf Coast 
Baptist Association (which include Biloxi and Gulfport) to assist with recovery 
efforts. The motion was approved. Any church in our association can go on line and 
sign up with NAMB to adopt a church. The local church would then be directly 
partnered with a church in the Gulf Coast Association. Norma shared a letter which 
was sent to Dr. Bailey from a pastor of a Vietnamese church in Biloxi (in the Gulf 
Coast Baptist Association) which had been totally destroyed. Their membership has 
been displaced and very few have been able to return. This church must start "from 
scratch" to rebuild. The letter included photographs of the church and surrounding 
area so devastated by hurricane Katrina. The pastor stated, "Suddenly, overnight, 
everything collapsed, including our church finance... any help is needed and 
appreciated. God bless your staff and fellow association as you help us." Susie 
Black noted that a list of suggestions of things adopting churches can do is included 
on the back of the information Norma distributed. Several teams from churches in 
our association have recently gone to areas in several states (Louisiana, 
Mississippi, Alabama and Florida) for disaster relief including the Gulf Coast Baptist 
Association. 

Perry Brindley presented the following recommendations from the nominations committee: 

□ That Gordon Wilson, a member of West Asheville Baptist Church, serve on the 
recreation team. Nancy Owen stated that she met with the recreation team and the 
basketball coaches at their first organization meeting last week. They have 
increased the fee to $550 (there is still a deficit in this line item of the budget). 
There were about thirteen churches represented at this meeting. It is expected that 
there will be about sixteen teams (and some teams that are non-association teams) 
so it looks like a very active season. The teams will use two gyms: Pole Creek and 
Trinity (on Shelbume Road). Each team will sign a "Church Usage Form" from the 
participating churches. In addition, the Buncombe Baptist Association Basketball 
League has provided a form signed by Danny, Greg, Dr. Craig Bailey and the 
recreation team leader for each gym. This means that the participating churches will 
pay the entry fee and the association will, in turn, pay for the use of the church's 
gym. The recommendation was approved as presented. 

□ Vacancies that still exist are: chairperson for the properties committee, an additional 
member on the membership committee, and a person to serve as music director. 

Norma Melton gave a report on "happenings within the Association." 

□ Each Christmas prison chaplains, through Prison Fellowship and Christian churches 
make available a program called "Angel Tree" in order for prisoners' children to 



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receive Christmas gifts. Information has been distributed for over 250 names of 
children in Buncombe County who have been submitted for the Angel Tree project. 
There are approximately 160 additional names yet to be distributed. There is still a 
great need for sponsors to provide gifts (two gifts — each $1 5 to $20 in value) for 
these children. Information about the plan of salvation can be included with these 
gifts. 

□ The Red Box Ministry (a red box containing toiletry items, etc., which are distributed 
at Christmas to women who are incarcerated, to women's shelters, and others) is 
another on-going project during this season. 

□ The associational adult choir will be singing on December 10 at the Grove Park Inn 
at 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. 

□ Information was distributed about the ministers, spouses and church staff Christmas 
dinner that will be held on December 5 th at the resource center. 

□ There are hunger funds available that churches and associations can apply for 
through the Baptist State Convention. These monies come from a partnership with 
the North American Mission Board and the Baptist State Convention. Up to $3000 
per year can be requested per agency or organization or by a church. Two 
requests have been submitted recently: ABCCM is low on food and an application 
was submitted and $3000 has been received for use specifically for the Hominy 
Valley site. An application was also submitted for the Vanderbilt Apartments in 
downtown Asheville (apartments for low income people). These funds will be used 
to supplement a food pantry to provide food for needy people who are residents 
there. Representatives from Buncombe Baptists are also allowed to go into this 
apartment community for Bible studies, crafts and to distribute literature as a 
ministry there. 

a Another ministry is holiday angel, which is a toy ministry that ABCCM coordinates. 
The coordinator of this ministry uses the facilities at the Ministry Annex. ABCCM 
pays for the phone at the annex building during the time the facility is being used for 
this ministry. The annex building is also used by the Slavic Ministry in Asheville 
and Asheville Pregnancy Support Services. 

□ Norma shared a pamphlet about Youth on Missions, which is coordinated by Harry 
Fowler. Youth groups sign up through Mr. Fowler to go to various places in the 
United States and Canada for mission projects. Mr. Fowler takes care of the 
lodging, meals, etc. with the money from the participants. Associations and 
churches use these youth groups for construction, Backyard Bible Clubs and 
various ministry projects. It is being proposed that Asheville be listed as one of the 
sites. Dr. Bailey would like to have youth on Mission come to Asheville this summer 
for a week in June. There would be about 200 youth who would be here in the 
Asheville area. Your church may be interested in doing a Backyard Bible Club, or 
you may need help with Vacation Bible School. There is a need, for instance, at 
Vanderbilt Apartments to help some of the residents who are unable to do major 
cleaning, etc. Churches requesting workers would not necessarily have any 
financial responsibility except the cost of repair material, etc. There is a deadline for 
our office to let them know what projects we have and how many students we could 
use. Norma will be meeting tomorrow (November 8) at the Resource Center with 
Scott Shields and LaCount Anderson about Youth on Missions. A motion was 



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entertained and approved to participate in this ministry. (LaCount Anderson was a 
former staff member of First Baptist Weaverville.) 

Susie Black gave the following update on current projects of the properties committee 

□ This committee hopes, by then end of this year, to have the bank near the road 
cleared and the ivy removed from the big tree near the building. 

□ Plans are also underway to pressure wash the front porch and steps 

□ The removal of the three trees leaning on the Gayle Brown Center should be soon 
completed, as well. This will finish up the remaining projects of the properties 
committee. Appreciation was expressed for Kim Black and the leadership he has 
provided during his tenure as chairman of the properties committee. 

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned with a closing prayer. 

LEADERSHIP COUNCIL MEETING 

Monday, January 16, 2006 

Baptist Resource Center 

6:00 p.m. 

MINUTES 

Wayne Higgins, Moderator, called the meeting to order after the meal, prayer requests and 
prayer. Minutes of the last association leadership council meeting were approved as 
presented. 

The following committee appointments were approved: 

Nominating Committee : Charlie Sams, Chairman; New Members — Edwina Messer 
and Cathryn Kinser 

The Order of Business Committee Chairman position is open. 

The Financial update, presented by Kyle Carver, included the following: additional principal 
payments were made this month — the printed report shows the balance of $181 ,261.31 
with the additional payments the balance is now down to $178,000. The first finance 
committee meeting for this year is scheduled for January 18, 2006. The financial report 
was approved as printed. 

Dr. Craig Bailey and Norma Melton presented information about the association. Dr. 
Bailey extended the association's deepest sympathy in the following: To the Ecclesia 
Church family in the loss of 40-year old pastor John Thomas; to the family of Ricky 
Townsend, pastor at Corinth Church, in the tragic accident taking the life of his brother-in- 
law; to the Billy Cline family and Celebration Church in the loss of Dr. Cline's son, David 
Cline; and the Kyle Carver family in the loss of their son, Mitch Carver, in Iraq. 

Dr. Bailey mentioned that other items... pale in significance next to the... issues of life in the 
Family of God..., however, we are thankful for many opportunities of ministry through the 



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Buncombe Baptist Association. We still have people every week from our association who 
are in Mississippi and New Orleans and also in partnership with the Gulf Coast Baptist 
Association. We were able to send $1000 recently to help buy materials and supplies for 
some of our folks who are helping there. 

Dr. Bailey has been able to visit and/or minister to over half of the churches in the 
association. His visits and work with the churches has included church health projects, 
working with and training pastor search teams, new church plant projects that are on-going 
in the Association, and preaching in several of the churches. His goal is to visit all the 
churches before his one-year anniversary date in April. 

The education team has met and is planning a fall launch of seminary extension courses in 
our association. They are currently seeking possible teachers for courses. The 
requirements for these teachers are listed in the handout. 

Clark Henderson and the evangelism team will lead us in two key events. This year, 
associational baptism rallies will be held in August and September to celebrate the SBC- 
wide emphasis to win one million people to Christ. A Franklin Graham Festival will 
possibly be held in our area in 2008 or 2009. Letters of support from churches, 
businesses and key individuals are requested which can be presented to the Billy Graham 
Evangelistic Association. Letters can be turned in to the association office or sent to Rev. 
Cark Henderson at Newbridge. 

The Southern Baptist Convention will meet in Greensboro in June. Dr. Bailey encouraged 
church participation in the many ministry opportunities there. 

Buncombe Baptist Churches will host two huge regional events this spring: Apologetics/ 
Interfaith Evangelism Conference, April 6-8 at Woodland Hills Baptist Church; and A Great 
Commission Prayer Conference at Biltmore Baptist, March 16-18. 

Norma Melton presented a report on the work going on through Church and Community 
Ministries. There were approximately 1 ,200 to 1 ,300 people whose lives were touched 
through the various ministries through the Association during the Christmas season. 

• Through the Angel Tree Ministry, 345 children were given gifts, their parents 
were touched in Jesus' name and prisoners experienced the love of Christ. 

• Buncombe Baptists partnered with Asheville-Buncombe Christian Community 
Ministries, which used the Gayle D. Brown Ministry Center during November 
and December, enabling more than 500 other children to receive gifts. 

• Three hundred and thirty two "Red Boxes" containing hygiene items and 
scripture tracts were distributed to residents at the Black Mountain Women's 
Correctional Facility, the Martha Home, the ABCCM Women and Children's 
Shelter, the Lewis Rathbum Center, a nursing home, clients connected with 
Asheville Pregnancy Support Services and Families Together and also wives 
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• The love of Jesus was shared through a devotional message and Christian 
clowns at a Christmas party for about seventy women at the Black Mountain 
Women's Correctional Facility. 

• A choir made up of persons from across the Association shared the 
Christmas message in music at the Grove Park. 

The Christian Women's Job Corps Advisory Board is in the process of evaluating the 
direction of the ministry, which is now without a certified coordinator. 

Some upcoming opportunities for ministry include: Easter and Memorial Day Rest Area 
Ministry, Bele Chere, The Mountain State Fair, and various opportunities for churches to 
minister and/or be recipients of ministry through Youth on Mission and Appalachian 
Regional Ministry. 

College students will again be employed as summer missionaries through the Buncombe 
Baptist Association. These college students will be working in summer camps, Vacation 
Bible Schools, Backyard Bible Clubs, Bele Chere, and various outreach efforts. Contact 
Norma for an application, if you know a college student interested in applying. 

The following miscellaneous business was presented: The associational staff has been 
working with printing businesses in the area to select a vendor to provide for the printing 
needs of the association such as letterhead stationery, business cards, printing of the 
newsletter, etc. Auten Printing has been selected to provide these printing services 

Susie Black presented information about the media section of the resource center, which is 
in the process of being updated. The shelves have been painted and a number of 
outdated and unused books and materials have been removed from the media center and 
are being replaced with new multi-media kits and materials our churches and pastors 
need. A number of young ministers in the association were able to use the commentaries, 
etc., removed from the media center. The other materials will be used by church planters 
across the state as many of the church plants do not have any resources at all. Hopefully, 
by April we will be able to show off our new media center at an open house. 

One of things missing in the media center is a flag. Susie recommended that we place a 
flag in the media center in memory of Mitch Carver and in gratitude of his service to our 
country. The recommendation received full support and a flag will be secured for this 
purpose. 

The association is working to set up some disaster relief training in Buncombe Country. 

The next meeting of the leadership council will be April 10, 2006, at the Resource Center. 

The Associational Spring Meeting will be May 8, 6:30 p.m. at Grassy Branch Church. The 
Fall Meeting will be October 9, 6:30 p.m. at Woodland Hills Baptist Church. 

As there was no further business, the meeting was adjourned. 



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LEADERSHIP COUNCIL MEETING 

Monday April 10, 2006 

Baptist Resource Center 

11:30 a.m. 

MINUTES 

Wayne Higgins, Moderator, presided. After thanking the Resource Center Staff for their 
provisions for the meeting and meal, the meeting was called to order. 

Minutes of the last association leadership council meeting were approved as printed. 

The nominating committee report was presented by Charlie Sams, chairman. The 

following nominations of program directors and team leaders were presented for 

consideration for 2006-2007 : 

MISSONS TEAMS: WMU Director: Edwina Messer; Partnership Missions Team Leader: 

Scott Shields; Evangelism Team Leader: Clark Henderson. The committee is still waiting 

to hear from some of the other Missions Teams Leaders. 

CHURCH MINISTRIES TEAMS: Association SS Director: Terry Hollifield , Association 

Student Ministries Director: *Adam Guice. 

MINISTRY CONSULTANTS: Christian Life and Public Affairs Consultant: Gail Harding 

ADMINISTRATIVE COMMITTEE CHAIRS: Budget and Finance: Kyle Carver 

Membership: James Lamb; Constitution: Shirley Lawson. 

OTHER OFFICES: Missions Camp Director: Steve Harris, Literacy Coordinator: Jane 

Allison 

GENERAL OFFICERS: Moderator: *Stan Willet; Treasurer: Bud Dotson, Clerk: Nancy 

Owen 

*New Nominees 

Susie Black presented the properties committee report which included a proposal from the 
properties committee that Roberson Landscaping and Janitorial be hired to take care of 
the facilities and grounds of the Buncombe Baptist Ministry Resource Center and the 
Gayle D. Brown Ministry Center on Hazel Mill Road. The rate of pay would be $11 60 per 
month. This would replace the current lawn and custodial care services. The committee 
feels this would best meet the needs of the Resource Center and eliminate having to call 
on outside sources to contract for various lawn care and maintenance problems. 
Questions were answered and the recommendation was approved as presented. 

Bud Dotson and Kyle Carver presented the financial update. It was requested that the 
program areas have their budget requests to the committee by May 1 , 2006. Copies of the 
financial statement were distributed (figures through the first quarter of this year). The debt 
balance continues to decrease steadily. Two years ago, there was a line item in the 
budget for "Church Starts" with no money in that budget. This year, the budget shows 
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Financing has been provided to have a flag pole and memorial (including benches, 
lighting, etc., so that the flag can be visible at all times) in memory of Mitch Carver and 
other veterans who have served from the Buncombe Baptist Association. A dedication 
service is planned for May during association week. Cathryn Kinser made a motion that a 
United States flag be erected on the Resource Center grounds. The motion was amended 
to add that a Christian flag also be erected in a manner that would be appropriate. This 
amended motion was adopted. 

The financial report was approved as printed. 

Dr. Craig Bailey and Norma Melton presented the association staff report. Norma reported 
on several ministry areas including the red boxes which are distributed at Christmas. She 
shared a story of the blessing provided through this ministry. Interviews are now in 
process for persons to serve as college student summer missionaries. Three positions will 
be available this year. One of these students will be working primarily with "Church 
Starts." The other two will be working with many activities going on during the summer 
months. These students will also be available to work in individual churches with Vacation 
Bible Schools, block parties, youth events, children's events, etc. 

Don Welborn from Calvary Baptist is conducting the Adult Buncombe Baptist Chorale. 
The Chorale will be singing at Beverly Hills Baptist Church, on Sunday, May 7, 2006, at 
3:00 p.m. 

The rest area ministry will take place again Memorial Day Weekend. The fair ministry 
team is making plans for ministry at the 2006 WNC Mountain State Fair. The mission 
camp team and music team are planning for mission camp and children's choir camp. 
Norma has had an opportunity to speak in many churches this spring to share about 
Buncombe Baptist ministry work. Through the North American Mission Board, she will be 
going to Wyoming this month for an On Mission Celebration. The annual WMU leadership 
team hosted the annual WMU meeting at the Buncombe Baptist Resource Center on April 
3, 2006. Our missionaries in residence at missions camp this year will be Jeff and Donna 
Maynard and their three children. They have been serving in South Africa. 

Dr. Bailey informed the group of many opportunities for service that have taken place 
during this year and of upcoming events. Dr. Bobby Welch, President of the Southern 
Baptist Convention, will be in Asheville for three events: associational rally on April 23 @ 
West Asheville Baptist Church, BBA ministers' conference on Monday, April 24, and the 
Leadership Summit at Biltmore on April 27. The North Carolina State Bible Drill will be 
held at Biltmore Baptist on April 28-29. The Apologetics/lnterfaith Evangelism Conference 
was held at Woodland Hills, and the State Prayer Evangelism Conference at Biltmore. 
New church plants are continuing to work in the Buncombe Association including Pinnacle 
Church in Canton, a mission of Biltmore, launched on March 26 at Pisgah High School 
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Our education team continues to plan for a fall launch of Seminary Extension. Several 
teachers have been secured. Lester Evans of our Baptist State Convention will be 
assisting in this endeavor. 

Churches which have disaster relief vehicles may be asked to bring them to the spring 
meeting for people to tour them and so that churches to get ideas for setting up their own 
disaster relief vans. Dr. Bailey stated work is ongoing with the strategy planning team to 
bring a recommendation about reorganization. 

The first Sunday in April was Dr. Bailey's first anniversary as Director of Missions in the 
Buncombe Association. During this year, Dr. Bailey has made 127 visits in 68 churches in 
the association (for worship services). 

The next meeting will be a luncheon meeting on June 26, 2006. There being no further 
business, the meeting was adjourned with a closing prayer. 

Leadership Council Meeting 

Monday, June 26, 2006 

Baptist Resource Center 

11:30 a.m. 

MINUTES 

Wayne Higgins, Moderator, called the meeting to order and presided after giving thanks for 
the meal and welcoming the group. Dr. Bailey introduced the Summer Missionaries: 
Whitney Thompson, member at Pole Creek, and a student at AB Tech; Carla Bowlin, 
Member at Mount Carmel, and a recent graduate of Appalachian State University; and 
Justin Davis, member at West Asheville, and a student at NC State University. 

The Minutes of the last Association Leadership Council Meeting and the Spring Meeting 
were approved as printed. 

Dr. Bailey presented the Association Strategy Committee Report. Beginning September 5, 
2006, Buncombe Baptists will be offering Seminary Extension classes at the Resource 
Center. These will be undergraduate courses that are credited and can be transferred 
(depending on the program). Various certificates and diplomas can be earned. 

Also included in Dr. Bailey's report was information about the Southern Baptist Convention 
which was held in Winston-Salem, NC, this year. Across the Convention, there have been 
more than eight hundred decisions for Christ and twenty-six church starts. Many 
associations in North Carolina are planning Baptism Rallies. Multiple Baptism Rallies are 
planned in our Association. Biltmore Baptist Church was commended for leading this 
effort, and for preparing the materials that are now being used all over the Convention and 
the country. The leadership for the Baptism Rallies has been coordinated by Carl Toth at 
Biltmore. Also serving on the team are our BBA Evangelism Chairman, Clark Henderson, 
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The Strategy Planning Team is currently meeting regarding the Association reorganization 
strategy. This committee is requesting input from the Leadership Council and others as 
they continue to meet during the summer to have a proposal ready for presentation by the 
fall. A printed report from this committee was distributed. This committee is working on a 
recommendation for a simplified structure for the Association. The objectives of this plan 
include the following: (1 ) to have a simple purpose-driven approach to ministry; (2) a 
streamlined administrative structure; (3) a simplified calendar; (4) a focus on the local 
church; (5) a simplified purpose-driven budget to go along with the simplified 
administration. The recommendations and suggestions from the Leadership Council 
Meeting will be passed along to the Strategy Planning Team which is chaired by Kevin 
Bennett. There will possibly be four elements to this basic organizational model: An 
Administrative Team which will include properties, personnel and finance; four Ministry 
Teams (each having sub-teams as needed) (1) Evangelism and Missions; (2) Church and 
Community Ministries; (3) Education and Discipleship; and (4) Membership and Worship. 
Under this strategy, the Leadership Council would consist of the Administrative Team 
leadership, the four ministry team leaders, the Association staff and officers. These 
changes will potentially reduce the number of meetings required annually under the 
present structure. 

A suggestion was made that the four teams might be: (1 ) Evangelism, Missions, and 
Membership (2) Church and Community Ministries (3) Education and Discipleship and (4) 
Prayer and Worship. This suggestion will be given to the Association Strategy Planning for 
their study. 

The Financial Update was distributed and presented by Bud Dotson. Currently the 
Association is about $20,000 behind in our annual budget; however, as many churches 
(and individuals within the churches) make their contributions on a quarterly basis, the 
Association is actually about where we usually are financially at this time of the year. 

The following items were presented as information: (1) The Finance Committee is in the 
process of doing a compilation for audit. (2) A veteran's memorial will soon be erected "In 
memory of Chief Warrant Officer Mitch Carver and all Buncombe Baptist veterans who 
gave their life for their country." Donations are being accepted for this memorial. Mitch 
Carver was the son of Finance Committee Chairman, Kyle Carver. Most of the money 
donated for this memorial has been given in memory of Mitch Carver; however, the 
wording of the plaque will also honor all Buncombe Baptist veterans who have made this 
ultimate sacrifice. 

The Financial Report was accepted as presented. 

Norma Melton presented the report from the Association staff. Information was presented 
on the Rest Area Ministry. (Two new rest area ministries, patterned after the Buncombe 
Baptist Ministry, have been started in other counties.) Plans are underway to expand this 
ministry to include a weekend during the leaf season in October. 

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• Children's Summer Sing 

• Bele Chere Diaper Changing Station-July 28-30, 2006 

• Heading for Summer Camp 

• English as a Second Language workshops 

• Senior Adult Fellowship, September 28, 2006 

• Prayerwalk Weekend, August 1 8-20, 2006 

• 2006 Mountain State Fair, (many opportunities for ministry) 

The next meeting will be a luncheon meeting on September 18, 2006, at 11:30 a.m. at the 
Resource Center. After a motion to adjourn, the meeting was closed with prayer. 

Leadership Council Meeting 

Monday, September 18, 2006 

Baptist Resource Center 

11:30 a.m. 

MINUTES 

Wayne Higgins, Moderator, called the meeting to order. The agenda, minutes and 
additional information were distributed. Dr. Craig Bailey presented the Association 
Strategy Committee Report with an update on the progress of simplifying the structure to 
allow the current teams to work within the combined groups. This streamlined 
organizational plan will provide greater efficiency. In accordance with emphasis on prayer, 
an Associational Prayer Coordinator will be added to serve in the Church and Community 
Missions group. The four ministry groups, which were compared to the four chambers of 
the heart, will be Membership and Fellowship , Discipleship and Education , Church and 
Community Missions , and Evangelism and Missions . 

The "worship" activities of the Association, (i.e., bringing new churches into the 
Association, Ministers Conference, the RA events, Baptist Men's Ministries, etc.) will fall 
under the Membership and Fellowship ministry group. The Discipleship and Education 
ministry group will include Sunday School, Discipleship, and Family Ministries allowing us 
to go into a church and help with any area, without having to call on another team. 
Seminary Extension, and informing the churches about upcoming training and education 
events will be included in this team. The Church and Community Missions ministry group 
will include the many ministries with which Norma, as Church and Community Missions 
Coordinator, is involved. The Evangelism and Missions Team will include ministries such 
as: The Jesus Video Project, Baptism Rallies, the Franklin Graham Crusade, etc. 

The Administration Group will include the former Finance, Personnel, and Properties 
committees. An orientation meeting will be held on Monday, November 6, at 7:00 p.m. at 
the Resource Center for these three combined areas. 

Restructuring these committees should provide a more efficient operation of the 
Association Ministries and streamline the number of meetings for the people involved. 
This new structure will include the two Association Meetings annually, The Leadership 



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Council will meet four times a year (two of these will be dinner meetings before the 
Associational Meetings). The Administrative Group will meet up to eight times annually. 
The Ministry Groups will meet quarterly together to talk about the objectives of the whole 
group then breakout into the four ministry groups for separate sub team meetings. Any 
team can call meetings as needed (in addition to those regularly scheduled). 

A new position of Associational Prayer Coordinator is open at this time. This person would 
take prayer requests from each of the teams and from our churches, as well. This 
volunteer would help our Association to focus on prayer. 

Bud Dotson presented the Financial Update as distributed at the meeting. The Veteran's 
Memorial, which was approved at the last meeting, has been partially installed and should 
be completed shortly. The dedication of the Buncombe Baptist Veterans' Memorial has 
been tentatively set for Veteran's Day, November 1 1 , 2006. Contributions for this 
memorial may be sent to the Association office. The motion was made and seconded that 
the budget be accepted as printed. 

Norma Melton presented the report from the Association staff. A summary of Church and 
Community ministries was distributed at the meeting. She shared information about the 
many opportunities for service over the summer months including: Children's Choir Camp, 
Diaper Changing Station at Bele Chere, Children's Mission Camp, English as a Second 
Language Workshop, Pastor Appreciation Dinner, Prayerwalk, Adult Buncombe Baptist 
Chorale, WNC Mountain State Fair and upcoming events such as "The Red Box Ministry," 
and "Angel Tree." 

Dr. Bailey shared information about mission partnerships with Wyoming and Canada. 
There will be a meeting on Tuesday, September 19, with a group from the Baptist State 
Convention who will be introducing the new partnership with Canada. Eastern Canada is 
one of the most unchurched areas in this hemisphere. Churches are encouraged to send 
a representative to attend this meeting. 

Dr. Bailey expressed appreciation to Clark Henderson and the Evangelism Team for their 
leadership in the evangelism rallies. 

The Fall Associational Meeting will be held at Woodland Hills Baptist Church on October 9, 
2006. A couple of interesting things are planned for this meeting. We are looking at 
starting a "Cowboy Church" in the area (as a part of the Cowboy Church Network). These 
are flourishing in a lot of areas in our state. A couple of churches in the area have been 
contacted regarding being initial sponsors. With the combined efforts of the Wyoming 
partnership and the Cowboy Church we are starting, a Western Theme- "Blazing Trails for 
Christ" — is planned. Messengers are encouraged to dress Western for this event. 

Information was also distributed regarding the Crossfire Ministries Golf Tournament which 
is to be held on Thursday, October 12, 2006. 

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned. 



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Missions and Ministries 

Buncombe Baptist Association Spring Meeting 

Monday, May 8, 2006, 6:30 p.m. Grassy Branch Baptist Church 

Prelude 

Call to Worship "When He Reached Down His Hand for Me" 

Grassy Branch Choir 

Invocation and Welcome Ken Sausedo, Host Pastor 

Response and Declaration of Spring Meeting Wayne Higgins, Moderator 

New Pastors and Staff Members Craig Bailey 

Denominational Representative Wayne Oakes 

Special Recognitions 

Worship in Song "Here I Am to Worship" 

"Sanctuary" 
Finance Report Kyle Carver 

Nominating Committee Report Charlie Sams 

Membership Committee Report James Lamb 

Evangelism Committee Report Clark Henderson 

Association Strategy Planning Committee Report Kevin Bennett 

Associational Staff Norma Melton and Craig Bailey 

Offering 

Hymn #33 "To God be the Glory" 

Worship In Music "It Was His Blood" Grassy Branch Choir 

Missions and Ministries Testimonies 

Prayer of Commitment James Lamb 

Postlude 

SPRING MEETING 

May 8, 2006 

Grassy Branch Baptist Church 

6:30 p.m. 

MINUTES 

The Grassy Branch Choir presented the Call to Worship, "When He Reached Down His 
Hand forMe." The invocation and welcome were given by Ken Sausedo, host pastor. 
Rev. Sausedo and many in attendance were wearing their "Disaster Relief shirts and hats 
as ministries and missions involvement were the emphasis of the meeting. Many churches 
brought their Disaster Relief mobile units. 

Wayne Higgins, Moderator, declared the 2006 Spring Meeting of the Buncombe Baptist 
Association in session. God continues to work in our Association. Through Buncombe 
Baptists, we are reaching out to the United States and to the world through missions 
involvement including Disaster Relief, the Mountain State Fair Ministry, and the Rest Area 



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Ministry, etc. Moderator Higgins stated that our prayer should be for God to send each of 
us "on mission" for Him. "M&M'"s were distributed as a visual reminder of the many 
varieties of "Missions in Ministry." 

Dr. Craig Bailey, Director of Missions, recognized new pastors and staff members: Ricky 
Townsend, pastor, Turkey Creek; Teddy Winter, Minister of Youth and Activities, Mount 
Carmel; and Bryan Lee, Minister of Youth, Beverly Hills. 

Denominational Representative, Wayne Oakes, gave special recognitions and presented 
information about the Baptist State Convention. Wayne Higgins and Wayne Oakes 
recognized the two longest tenured pastors in the state of North Carolina. These pastors 
are both in the Buncombe Association: Rev. Robert Harris, the "Circuit Riding Minister" has 
been serving since 1949 for a total of fifty-seven years at Sulphur Springs Park Baptist 
Church. Rev. Charles Sprinkle will have served as pastor at the Glady Baptist Church for 
fifty-five years in June. Dr. Billy Cline was recognized for long-standing service in the 
Buncombe Association Dr. Cline was unable to be present due to a previous 
engagement. Rev. James Lamb was also recognized upon his retirement from the 
ministry at Grove Stone Baptist Church. He was made "Pastor Emeritus" of the Grove 
Stone Church. Rev. Lamb was presented a Certificate of Appreciation for his faithful 
service to our Lord and to the Buncombe Association. 

Kyle Carver presented the Financial Report as printed in the Book of Reports. 

The Nominating Committee Report, presented by Charlie Sams, was approved as printed. 

James Lamb presented the Membership Committee Report as printed. After having been 
under "watch care" for a period of one year, the recommendation was approved that 
Calvary Baptist of Fairview be received into the membership of the Buncombe Baptist 
Association as a full member with all its rights, privileges and responsibilities. 

The Evangelism Committee Report was presented by Clark Henderson. Rev. Henderson 
gave a charge to all churches to be part of evangelizing the world for Christ. The 
Evangelism Team is currently working with three on-going projects: (1) Bringing a Franklin 
Graham Festival to Asheville, (2) Planning for public baptisms as Buncombe Baptists join 
with the Southern Baptist Convention in their commitment to baptize one million this year; 
and (3) and the Jesus Video Project which has resulted in the deliverance of "Jesus" 
videos to nineteen of the twenty-three zip code areas. 

Kevin Bennett shared the Association Strategy Planning Committee Report as printed in 
the "Book of Reports." At the fall meeting, the committee expects to have a proposal ready 
of a new, simplified organization of the Association. Some reorganization is planned. 
Information will be distributed when these recommendations are finalized and ready for 
presentation to the Association. 

Norma Melton, from the Association Staff, shared some of the many areas Buncombe 
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> Buncombe Baptists reached out in love to more than 350 Angel Tree children 
whose parents are incarcerated 

> Over 500 other children received gifts at Christmas as we partnered with ABCCM; 

> God's love was shared with ladies at Black Mountain Correctional Facility at a party 

> Travelers were greeted at the 1-26 rest areas 

> Red Boxes touched peoples' lives, not only at Christmas, but at Valentine's 

> Christian Literacy Missions, through English as a Second Language, helped adults 
receive U.S. citizenship while the tutoring at children and youth programs gave 
children the opportunity that they needed to succeed. 

Norma shared some of her experiences in Wyoming while participating in an "On Missions 
Celebration" at the request of the North American Missions Board. Ninety percent of the 
people in Wyoming are lost, the churches are small with bi-vocational ministers struggling 
to make ends meet. The Mormon influence is huge and is growing. A great ministry field is 
the large group of men who are going to the area to work in the oil fields. Prayer teams 
are being established in North Carolina to seek God's direction for the work there. 

Dr. Craig Bailey referred to the information printed in the program and encouraged 
churches to continue to help in the reduction of the debt for the Resource Center. An 
urgent need in the Gulf area is for an icemaker. An offering was taken with these two 
needs in mind. 

Dr. Bailey reported on the first Baptismal Rally which was held on May 7, 2006, at 
Freedom Baptist Church. With the church packed for the morning service and the 
temperatures in the 50's, twenty new converts were baptized in Freedom Lake. 

After an offering and worship in music, missions and ministries testimonies were given. 
Those sharing their testimonies were: Randy Corn, Biltmore; Gary Roberts, Woodland 
Hills; Aundria Gaddy, UNCA BSU President; Barry Nichols, Grassy Branch and Scott 
Shields, West Asheville. 

The meeting was adjourned after a Prayer of Commitment led by James Lamb. 



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Blazin' Trails for Christ 



Buncombe Baptist Association 

Fall session 

Monday, October 9, 2006 



-th 



125™ Meeting 
Woodland Hills Baptist Church 

6:30 p.m. 



"Come, Now is the Time to Worship' 



Pre-session music 

Call to Worship 

Invocation and Welcome 

Response and Declaration of 125th Meeting 

Recognition of New Pastors and Staff Members 

Praise and Worship "Fairest Lord Jesus 

"We Fail Down" 
Nominations Committee Report and Election of Officers 
Financial Report 

2007 Budget Presentation and Adoption 
Membership Committee 
Miscellaneous Business 
Special Presentation 

Offertory Hym n "Send the Light" 

Offertory— "Pass the Hat" 
Celebration of Missions 
Speaker for Agencies and Institutions 
Introduction of Speaker 
Worship In Music "All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name 

"Blessed Be your Name" 
Annual Sermon 
Prayer of Commitment 
Postlude "The Great Adventure" 



Joe Dillon 

Wayne Higgins 

Craig Bailey 



Charlie Sams 
Bud Dotson 
Kyle Carver 

James Lamb 



Craig Bailey and Norma Melton 

Jeff Smith 

Craig Bailey 



Reverend Kevin Bennett 

Johnny Byrd 

Steven Curtis Chapman 



FALL MEETING 

Monday, October 9, 2006 

Woodland Hills Baptist Church 

6:30 P.M. 

MINUTES 

After pre-session music and the Call to Worship, Pastor Joe Dillon gave the invocation 
and welcome. In keeping with the theme, "Blazin' Trails for Christ," many were dressed in 
Western attire. Wayne Higgins declared the 125 th meeting in session. Dr. Craig Bailey 
expressed appreciation to Woodland Hills Baptist Church for hosting this meeting and 
recognized special guests, new pastors and staff members. Rev. Cecil Fox, Pole Creek 
Baptist Church was added to those listed on page 14 "In Memoriam" of the Book of 
Reports. The recommendation was made that the 2006 Buncombe Association Minutes of 
the Fall Meeting be dedicated to the memory of: Reverend Lynn Crouch, Mountain View 
Baptist Church; Reverend Cecil Fox, Pole Creek Baptist Church; Reverend E. S. Morgan, 



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Newbridge Baptist Church; Reverend George Roberts, West Asheville Baptist Church and 
Reverend Gordon Scruggs, Bethel Baptist Church. 

After hymns of praise and worship, Charlie Sams presented the Nominations Committee 
Report and recommended the following General Officers of the Association: Moderator: 
Stan Willet of Berea Baptist; Vice-Moderator, Jim McCoy of Weaverville First Baptist; 
Clerk, Nancy Owen of Mount Carmel; and Treasurer, Bud Dotson of Fairview. The officers 
were elected as presented. The recommendations from the Nominating Committee as 
printed on pages 3-6 of the report were approved as printed. 

Bud Dotson presented the financial report as printed on pages 16-25 of the report. The 
report was received as information. Bud invited all to attend the Veterans' Memorial 
Dedication ceremony on Saturday, November 1 1 , 2006, at 1 1 :00 a.m. at the Resource 
Center. Kyle Carver, Chairman of the Finance Committee, presented the Finance Report 
as printed on pages 24-25 in the booklet. The Finance Committee recommends 
increasing the budget for New Church Starts from $16,000 to $20,000 in the hope of 
starting more new churches in the Association. In addition, an increase for Summer 
Student Workers from $5,500 to $8,000 is recommended which may make it possible to 
increase the number of students from three to four for the summer of 2007. Under the line 
item for Interest Expenses — Mortgage, the recommended budget is the same as this past 
year's budget which was originally listed in two line items (one line item of $10,900 did not 
show up on the printed page). A five-percent increase is recommended across the board 
for compensation for the Association Staff. The budget as presented was approved. 

James Lamb presented the Membership Committee Report recommending that North 
Point Baptist Church be received into full membership. North Point has been under watch 
care for the past year and proven themselves to be a strong church with a bright future. 
This recommendation was approved. 

Wayne Higgins recognized with appreciation the Buncombe Baptist Association Staff — Dr. 
Craig Bailey, Director of Missions; Mrs. Norma Melton, Director of Church and Community 
Ministries; Mrs. Susie Black, Administrative Assistant; and Mrs. Nancy Owen, 
Communications Secretary. 

Dr. Bailey mentioned the loss in Kyle Carver's family of their son Mitch whose life was 
taken in Iraq. Joe Dillon's son is getting ready to put his life on the line in another manner 
as a missionary in a black flag nation. His family will not see him for at least two years. 

Dr. Bailey presented an award to Pastor Bob Blaylock of Ridgecrest Baptist Church from 
the N. C. Baptist State Convention in recognition of the church in the Association that has 
given the largest percentage per capita member as a congregation to the Cooperative 
Program in the past year. 

Wayne Higgins was presented a gift from the Association in recognition for his outstanding 
service as Moderator of the Association for the past three years. 



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After the offertory hymn, Craig Bailey and Norma Melton shared a "Celebration of 
Missions." Norma shared Bucs' story. Bucs is a carnival worker from South Africa who 
was working at the Fair where he told Norma and Susie about coming to America to work 
so that he could earn enough money to buy a used electric wheel chair for his five-year old 
son, Jonathan, who has cerebral palsy. Through the earnings of Bucs, donations of co- 
workers and others who heard about Bucs' story, Norma and Susie were able to collect 
enough to buy a new wheelchair. Showing the wheelchair to those in attendance, Norma 
shared that she and Susie were leaving immediately following this meeting to drive to 
Sanford, NC, to take the wheelchair to Bucs. He does not know they will be delivering the 
chair in person. Norma shared many other ways the Buncombe Baptist Association is 
Blazin' Trails for Christ. 

Dr. Bailey presented a slide presentation, "Celebration of Missions" highlighting the 
"Heartbeat of Missions in the Mountains" logo; the revised division of four ministry 
groups — Membership and Fellowship, Discipleship and Education, Church and Community 
Ministries, and Evangelism and Missions. By taking the existing teams and putting them 
into these four groups, the Association will be able to operate very efficiently and, thereby, 
streamline the number of required meetings. 

Jeff Smith, head of the Cowboys Church Network, spoke on behalf of agencies and 
institutions. Thirty Cowboy Churches have been started in the past three and one-half 
years from Florida to Canada. Plans are underway to start a Cowboy Church in the 
Buncombe Association. 

Dr. Bailey introduced speaker, Rev. Kevin Bennett, from one of the Association's most 
exciting and fastest growing churches, Mountain View Baptist Church. 

After a prayer of commitment, led by Johnny Byrd, the meeting was adjourned 

MESSENGERS REGISTERED AT SPRING MEETING 

ANTIOCH: Joe Merrill, Jane Merrill 

ARDEN FIRST: Rev., Gayle Brown, Stella Brown, Dr. Joe Babb, Dot Carter, Larry Carter 

BARNARDSVILLE: Rev. James Hooper, 

BEREA: Rev. Stan Willet, Jim Earwood 

BEVERLY HILLS: Glenn Stroud, Barbara Wright, Jerry Caldwell, Archie Pierce, Carol 

Calloway 

BILTMORE : Ryland Whitehom 

BLACK MOUNTAIN FIRST: Rev. Harold Blankenship, Jeanette Cloud, Linda Turner, Rev. 

David Rayburn 

BUCKEYE: Rev. Stanley Taylor, Etheline Branch, Kester Branch, Ray Vess, Ola Mae 

Vess 

CHRISTIAN CREEK: Rev. Bob Carter, Evelyn Carter, Ina Owenby 

CUMBERLAND AVENUE: Rev. Earl Jones, Pat Jones 

ECCLESIA: Rev. Mike Anderson, Charlie Jackson 



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EDGEWOOD: Rev. Charles Shelton, Shirley Shelton, Teresa Warren, Patty Robinson, 

Debra Estep 

EMMA: Rev. Wayne Sorrells, Forrest W. Fox, Joy Edwards 

ENKA: Rev. Ron Brown, Louise Brown 

GLADY: Rev. Charles Sprinkle, Lois Sprinkle, Bruce Fowler, Deborah Fowler, Keith 

Sprinkle, Visitor, Rev. Gerald Sprinkle 

GRACE: Cathryn Kinser 

GRASSY BRANCH: Rev. Ken Sausedo, Marie Davis, Wade Sayles, Jack Wheeler, Shirley 

Swindle, Paul Smiley, Mindy Runion, Larry Ledford, Joan Ledford 

GROVE STONE: Rev. James Lamb, Joyce Lamb 

LAKEWOOD: Earl Pullium 

LONG SHOALS: Joan Ledford 

MERRIMON AVENUE: Rev. Jim Russell, Billy Pack 

MORGAN HILL BAPTIST: Visitor: A. Judson Rotan 

MORNINGSIDE: Clarence Dotson, Hilda Gasperson 

MOUNT CARMEL: Lovey Bigham, Shirley Lawson, John Hodges, Rev. Ronnie Owen, Jim 

Heise, Kurt Ehrsam, Teddy Winter, Mike Bowlin, Carolyn Hightower 

MOUNTAIN VIEW: Rev. Kevin Bennett, Ron Knighten, Charlie Wilson, Frank McConnell 

NEWBRIDGE: Rev. Clark Henderson 

NEWFOUND: Kyle Carver 

NEW BUENA VISTA: Visitor: Pastor John Davis, Becky Davis 

NEW MORGAN HILL: Rev. Roy Houston, Mary Roberts, 

OAKLEY: Rev. Tom Pierce, Barbara Pierce, Dan Anderson, Annette Anderson, Brenda 

Brown, Robert Brown 

OTEEN: Dr. J. B. Graham, Anne Graham, Mary Childers, Bill Wooten, Melvin Hare, 

Barbara Lowman, Mae Ammons 

POLE CREEK: Rev. Dennis Thurman, Susie Black 

REED MEMORIAL: Rev. Randy Melton, Norma Melton, Rev. Lester Crayton, Frankie 

Messer, Nancy McFalls 

SKYLAND FIRST: Keith Galyean, Doris Galyean, Joe Harrell, John Cook, Brenda Harrell, 

Al Braddock, Dianna Braddock 

STARNES COVE: Nina Fisher, Rev. Charlie Sams, Lucille Conard, Susie Baker, Dorothy 

Robinson, Barbara Creasman 

TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: John Nesbitt, Linda Nesbitt, Ken Lance 

TURKEY CREEK: Rev. Ricky Townsend, Bill Walsh, Alda Walsh, Charles Gillespie, 

Brenda Gillespie, Kristy Allen 

VICTORY: Rev. Larry Sprinkle, Thelma Barnett, Therlow Lanning, Don Davis, Phyllis 

Davis, Dale Fisher, Marilyn Fisher, Eric Setzer 

WEAV£RVILLE FIRST: Rev. Jim McCoy 

WOODLAND HILLS: Rev. Joe Dillon, Heather Dillon, Frank Brewer, Rev. Frank Hopkins, 

Betty Hopkins 

ZION HILL: Rev. Bobby Smith, David Trull, Regina Owenby, Dennis Sams, Karen Sams, 

Lora Morgan, Connie Worley, Monty Rogers, Beth Rogers 

BUNCOMBE BAPTIST ASSOCIATION OFFICE: Dr. Craig Bailey 

148 messengers, 4 visitors registered 



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MESSENGERS REGISTERED AT FALL MEETING 

ARDEN FIRST: Rev. Joe Babb, Stella Brown 

BARNARDSVILLE: Rev. Jim Hooper, Jennifer Kiger, Nelle Shuford, Mary Alice Maney, W. 

J. Lohr 

BEAVERDAM: Michael Large, Linda Large 

BEREA: Rev. Stan Willet, Clara Reed, Max Reed, Nancy Autrey, John Autrey, Bruce 

Hensley 

BEVERLY HILLS: Glenn Stroud, Barbara Wright, Archie Pierce 

BILTMORE: Visitors: Jim Yerkes, Carol Bagwell, Doris Warren 

BLACK MOUNTAIN FBC: Rev. David Rayburn 

BUCKEYE: Kester Branch, Etheline Branch, Ray Vess, Ola Mae Vess 

CALVARY: Rev. Chris Reese 

CHRISTIAN CREEK: Rev. Bob Carter, Evelyn Carter, Ina Owenby 

CORINTH: Rev. Ricky Townsend, Rex Ingle, Barbara Ingle, 

COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH: Rev. Freddie Johnson, Octavia Johnson 

DEAVERVIEW: Chuck Chiavaras, Patsy Chiavaras, Steven Horvath, Norma Carroll, 

Homer Carroll, Jonas (Bo) Wynn, Keisha Wynn 

ECCLESIA: Rev. Mike Anderson, Jerry Dotson 

EDGEWOOD: Rev. Charles Shelton, Shirley Shelton, Russell Shelton, Allen Robinson, 

Patty Robinson 

EMMA'S GROVE: Rev. H. L. Wilson, Bobbie Wilson, Tim Sanders, Ray Burleson, Cathe 

Burleson 

ENKA: Rev. Ron Brown, Beverly Hamilton, Frank Sentelle 

EMMA: Rev. Wayne Sorrells, Irene Harris, Forrest Fox, Visitors: Roger Goforth, June Fox 

FLAT CREEK: Lee Pack, Essie Verner, David S. Roberts, Donald Reavis 

GLADY: Rev. Charles Sprinkle, Ronald Taylor, Daniel Lindsey, Amber Lindsey 

GRACE: Cathryn Kinser, Louis Mongiovi, Lori Mongiovi 

GROVE STONE: Rev. James Lamb, Nick Ogle, Rev, Groce Robinson, Ruby Robinson, 

Sherry Cordell 

LONG SHOALS: Rev. Roger Rearden 

MERRIMON AVENUE: Rev. Jim Russell, Dale Russell, Ronald Underwood, Frances 

Underwood, Bobby Peek 

MORNINGSIDE: Hilda Gasperson, Wid Crain, Clarence Dotson 

MOUNT CARMEL: Dr. Ronnie Owen, Shirley Lawson, Lovey Bigham, Carolyn Hightower 

MOUNTAIN VIEW: Rev. Kevin Bennett, Lynn Bennett, Foster Massey, Fred Strickland 

NEW LIFE COMMUNITY: Dr. Steve Harris 

NEW MORGAN HILL: Mary Roberts, Harry Powell, Patricia Powell 

NEWBRIDGE: Rev. Clark Henderson 

NEWFOUND: Kyle Carver 

OAKLEY: Dan Anderson, Annette Anderson, Sherry Dotson, Larry Dotson 

OTEEN: Rev. J. Billy Graham, Anne Graham, Bill Wooten, Melvin Hare, Mae Ammons, 

Mercedes Fox 

POLE CREEK: Rev. Dennis Thurman, Judy Lewis, Terry Hollifield 

REED MEMORIAL: Rev. Randy Melton, Rev. Lester Crayton, Marietta Crayton 

RIDGECREST: Rev. Bob Blaylock, Freda Blaylock, Louise Sisk, John May 



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SKYLAND FIRST: Rev. David Honeycutt, Pat Honeycutt, Keith Galyean, Doris Galyean, 

Joe Harrell, John Cook, Jane Cook, Al Braddock, Dianna Braddock, Mary Works 

STARNES COVE: Rev. Charlie Sams, Nina Fisher, Mark Snyder, Dorothy Robinson, 

Karen Russ 

SWANNANOA FIRST: Rev. Steve Rayburn, David Dobbs, Connie Gardi, Judy Freeman 

VICTORY: Rev. Larry Sprinkle, Rev. Don Davis, Phyllis Davis, Thelma Barnett, Pam 

Stewart, Theriow Lanning, Jeanette Radcilffe, Joann Cole, Freda Solesbee, Gail Momow 

WEAVERVILLE FIRST: Rev. Jim McCoy, Wayne Higgins, Dave Miller 

WEST ASHEVILLE: Rev. Tony Hooper, Morgan Haynes, Visitor: Dale Robinson 

WOODLAND HILLS: Rev. Joe Dillon, Rev. Frank Hopkins, Betty Hopkins, J. Alpheus 

Stallings, Martha Stallings, William Newton III 

ZION HILL: Rev. Bobby Smith, David Trull, Linda Gossett, Wanda Hayes, Jill Gillespie, 

Lora Morgan, Lacey Grogan, Michael Holt, Susie Holt, Alternates: Sharon Smith, Ruby 

Buckner 

BBA: Dr. Craig Bailey, Norma Melton 

VISITORS: NEW BEAUNA VISTA: Wenzel Willis, Mark Willis, Becky Davis, Rev. John 

Davis; NORTH POINT: Bryan Smith, Dr. Gray Little, Johnny Bryd, James Moran, Charlie 

Mariey, Frances Marley; TRI COUNTY COWBOY CHURCH: Jeff Smith; EGTM INC.: 

Wayne Smith; BAPTIST RETIREMENT HOMES: Luther Osment 

163 Messengers, 22 Visitors 



ASSOCIATIONAL BUDGET 2007 

601 Missions and Evangelism 

60 1 1 00 Evangel i sm — 1 , 000 . 00 

601 200 Missions Camp 4,800.00 

601250 Partnership Missions- -4,000.00 

601 300 New Church Starts 20,000.00 

TOTAL MISSIONS AND EVANGELISM - - $29,800.00 

602 Education and Discipleship 

6021 00 Church Health 1 ,000.00 

6021 50 VBS — 600.00 

602250^ Seminary Extension 500.00 

602300 Media Resources 2,000.00 

602800 John Hicks Scholarship Fund 500.00 

602900 Christian Life and Public Affairs 300.00 

TOTAL EDUCATION AND DISCIPLESHIP - $4,900.00 



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603 Membership and Fellowship 

603100 Music and Worship Resources 1 ,800.00 

6031 50 Associational Meetings 800.00 

603200 Ministers' Conferences 500.00 

603250 Baptist Student Union 5,400.00 

603350 Baptist Men's Ministry/RA's 1,200.00 

TOTAL MEMBERSHIP AND FELLOWSHIP $9,700.00 

604 Church and Community Ministries 

604100 CCM Program Expenses 400.00 

6041 20 Senior Adult Ministries 500.00 

6041 40 Literacy Ministries 700.00 

6041 60 Summer Student Workers 8,000.00 

6041 80 Bele Chere Ministry 300.00 

604200 Mountain State Ministry 3,500.00 

604220 Rest Area Ministry 400.00 

604240 Christian Women's Job Corps Ministry 5,200.00 

604260 Prison Chaplaincy 500.00 

604280 Woman's Missionary Union 900.00 

TOTAL CHURCH AND COMMUNITY MINISTRIES $20,400.00 

609 Administration 

6091 00 Office Supplies 8,000.00 

609 1 20 Postage 1 0, 000. 00 

6091 40 Custodial Supplies 450.00 

6091 60 Kitchen Supplies 450.00 

609180 Insurance— Liability and General 5,600.00 

609200 Utilities 17,000.00 

609220 Office Maintenance Contracts- — 6,000.00 

609240 Conventions and Conferences 2,000.00 

609260 Staff Expenses 2, 000. 00 

609280 Staff Travel 8,000.00 

609290 Staff Medical Reimbursements 1 ,600.00 

609300 Printing of Annuals 700.00 

609400 Equipment Lease 4,000.00 

609450 Equipment Purchase 2,000.00 

6309500 Property Maintenance 8,000.00 

609570 Contingencies 1,000.00 

609590 Property Reserve Fund 6,000.00 

60961 Promotion and Publicity 1 ,000.00 

609890 Audit Fees 1 , 800. 00 

609899 Interest Expense-Mortgage 28900.00 

609700 DOM Compensation 

60971 DOM Salary 30,056.00 



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609720 DOM Housing 34,000.00 

609730 DOM Retirement 3,600.00 

609740 DOM Insurance 4,608.00 

609800 CCM Director Compensation 

60981 CCM Salary 39,226.00 

609820 CCM Retirement 3,922.00 

609900 Staff Compensation 

60991 Administrative Assistant Salary — 22,822.00 

609920 Administrative Assistant Retirement 250.00 

609960 Communications Secretary Salary— 25, 1 85.00 

609970 Communications Secretary Retirement 2,518.00 

609980 Property Custodial and Lawn Maintenance 14,000.00 

609985 Accounting Services 7,620.00 

609999 Employment Tax Matching Expense 6,682.00 

TOTAL ADMINISTRATION— - $308,989.00 

TOTAL 2007 BUDGET $373,789.00 



BUDGET RECEIPTS FROM CHURCHES 
January- December 2006 

CHURCH MTD YTD 

Antioch 100.00 600.00 

Arden FBC 950.45 14,055.65 

Bald Mountain .00 588.90 

Bamardsville .00 3,425.17 

Beaverda 581 .51 4,439.51 

Bent Creek 65.38 784.56 

Berea .00 2,050.00 

Bethel 881 .00 3,871 .00 

Beverly Hills 791.40 7,868.13 

Biltmore 3,333.33 40,030.00 

Black Mountain FBC — .00 2,747.39 

Brown's Chapel .00 — .00 

Buckeye 725.79 4,941.87 

Calvary 1 01 .00 721 .51 

Calvary of Fairview .00 .00 

Christian Creek .00 480.00 

Clear Branch 425.20 1,398.51 

Community .00 .00 

Corinth — 100.00 400.00 

Cumberland Avenue 125.00 1 ,325.00 

Deaverview 974.74 6,620.68 



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Budget Receipts from Churches 

January-December 2006 

(Page 2) 

CHURCH MTD YTD 

Ecclesia -—.00- -—-1,326.93 

Edgewood .00 1 ,696.38 

Elk Mountain .00 .00 

Emma .00 749.67 

Emma's Grove 385.63 4,465. 1 

Enka 259.01 2,306.56 

Erwin Hills .00 .00 

Fairview .00 414.17 

Flat Creek .00 3,887.40 

Fountain of Life 120.00 480.00 

Freedom 150.82 1,958.95 

Friendship 400.00 2,600.00 

Gashes Creek — .00 .00 

Glady 100.00 1 ,100.00 

Grace 1,608.34 9,184.31 

Grace and Knowledge 184.86 775.18 

Grassy Branch 1 ,000.00 3,750.00 

Grove Stone 501 .56 4,097.48 

Hominy 38.75 464. 1 8 

Iglesia Bautista Ebenezer .00 150.00 

Iglesia Communidad Familiar .00 165.12 

Inanda .00 1 , 1 80.00 

Ivy Creek .00 .00 

Jupiter .00 .00 

Kerlee .00 .00 

Lakewood 1 50.00 — 600.00 

Laurel Springs .00 .00 

Liberty 168.24 1,810.08 

Long Shoals 236.68 2,406.70 

Macedonia .00 966.08 

Maple Ridge .00 .00 

Merrimon Avenue 591 .00 7,661 .00 

Mills Gap .00 .00 

Morgan Hill 250.00 1 ,000.00 

Morningside .00 1 ,629.68 

Mount Carmel 3,000.00 -7,200.00 

Mount Olive 50.00 600.00 

Mountain View 400.00 4,500.00 

New Liberty .00 .00 

New Life Community 300.00 3,600.00 



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Budget Receipts from Churches 

January-December 2006 

(Page 3) 

CHURCH MTD YTD 

New Morgan Hill 432.92 3,798.33 

New Salem —50.00 325.00 

Newbridge 1,200.00 4,800.00 

Newfound 1,000.00 4,000.00 

North Point .00 300.00 

Oak Grove -.00 88.38 

Oakley .00 2,425.00 

Oteen 173.00 2,434.00 

Pine Burr Park .00 168.00 

Pine Forest .00 .00 

Pleasant Hill 100.00 1 ,200.00 

Pole Creek 5,808.99 39,442.11 

Reed Memorial 684.56 3,819.99 

Reynolds 900.00 4,200.00 

Ridgecrest 135.63-- 1 ,661 .49 

Ridgeway 260.00 3, 1 20.00 

Riverside . 00 . 00 

Sand Hill .00 .00 

Skyland 200.00 2,600.00 

South Asheville .00 — .00 

South Buncombe .00 536.01 

Starnes Cove 952.95 5,665.22 

Sulphur Springs Park .00 .00 

Sunrise .00 3,500.00 

Swannanoa FBC 589.33 7,071 .96 

The Celebration Church 281 .25 — - 1 , 1 25.00 

Trinity of Fairview 2,714.68 16,155.80 

Turkey Creek 675. 00 3, 375. 00 

Victory 542.32 —6,500.69 

Weaverville FBC 370.00 4,839.00 

West Asheville 700.27 7,048. 1 4 

Westwood 125.00 -1 ,325.00 

White Rock 42.00 — 462.00 

Woodland Hills 1 ,443.48 9,126.40 

Zion Hill 100.00 1,300.00 

GRAND TOTALS $38,531 .07 $31 1 ,485.37 



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Accounts 



Buncombe Baptist Association 

Balance Sheet 

Year-to-date, Through December 2006 



Assets 



Current Assets 

001010 - First Citizens Bank 
001014 -Designated Fund 
001090 -Petty Cash Fund 
Total Current Assets 

Current Receivables 

001202 - N.C. Sales Tax Refundable 
001205 - Promises to give 
Total Current Receivables 

Fixed Assets 

001430 -Buildings 

001431 -Property 

001432 - Furn/Fix/Equip 

001499 - Accumulated Depreciation 
Total Fixed Assets 
Other Assets 

00121 1 - Prepaid insurance 
Total Other Assets 
Total Assets 



$5,540.29 

$67,133.43 

$20.00 



$4,038.35 
$31,059.02 



$710,050.50 

$75,728.00 

$78,511.27 

($275,566.08) 



$3,546.54 



$72,693.72 



$35,097.37 



$588,723.69 



$3,546.54 



$700,061.32 



Liabilities, Fund Principal, & Restricted Funds 



LIABILITIES 
Current Liabilities 

002001 - Accounts payable 

002101 - AFLAC Inusrance Withhold 

002102 - Annuity Withholding 

002103 - Annuity Board Ins. Withho 

002104 - Federal Tax Withholding 

002106 - FICA Tax/Employee 

002 1 07 - FICA Tax/Employer 

002108 - State Tax Withholding 

002 1 1 1 - Hometrust Mortgage 

002 1 1 2 - Lease payable 
Total Current Liabilities 

Total LIABILITIES 
FUND PRINCIPAL 

002250 - Excess Cash/Equity 
Excess Cash Received 
Total Fund" Principal and Excess Cash Received 
Restricted Funds 

Total Temporarily Restricted 
Total Permanently Restricted 
Total Restricted Funds 
Total Liabilities, Fund Principal, & Restricted Funds 



($826.37) 




$59.74 




$1,108.75 




$384.00 




$2,006.32 




$575.49 




$575.49 




$346.00 




$152,642.40 




$1,440.16 






$158,311.98 




$158,311.98 


$468,793.52 




$6,822.39 






$475,615.91 


$66,133.43 




$0.00 






$66,133.43 




$700,061.32 



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Buncombe Baptist Association 

Analysis of Revenues & Expenses 

ASSOC. GENERAL FUND 

Year-to-date, Through December 2006 



Accounts 


MTD Actual 


YTD Actual 


YTD Budget 


Annual Budget 


Annual 




(This Year) 


(This Year) 


(This Year) 


(This Year) 


Budget/Actual 
(This Year) 


ZXPENSES 












Gen Association Staff/Leader. 












501201 - Evangelism 


$0.00 


$0.00 


51,000.00 


$1,000.00 


($1,000.00) 


501202 - Promotion & Publicity 


$0.00 


$816.00 


$1,000.00 


$1,000.00 


($184.00) 


501203 - Association Meeting Expenses 


$0.00 


$631.47 


$1,000.00 


$1,000.00 


($368.53) 


501407 - Assoc. Strategy Planning 


$0.00 


$73.30 


$100.00 


$100.00 


($26.70) 


501408 - Administrative Support 


$0.00 


$175.00 


$600.00 


$600.00 


($425.00) 


501410 - New Church Starts 


$900.00 


$10,800.00 


$16,000.00 


$16,000.00 


($5,200.00) 


DOM Salary and Expenses 












501401 - D. O. M. Salary 


$3,052.62 


$36,737.60 


$36,950.00 


$36,950.00 


($212.40) 


501402 -Housing 


$2,083.26 


$25,000.00 


$25,000.00 


$25,000.00 


$0.00 


501403 - Annuity 


$207.00 


$2,484.00 


$2,484.00 


$2,484.00 


$0.00 


501404- Insurance 


$447.80 


$5,294.66 


$4,608.00 


$4,608.00 


$686.66 


Total DOM Salary and Expenses 


$5,790.68 


$69,516.26 


$69,042.00 


$69,042.00 


$474.26 


Total Gen Association Staff/Leader. 


$6,690.68 


$82,012.03 


$88,742.00 


$88,742.00 


($6,729.97) 


Church/Community Missions 












502100 - CCM Program Expense 


$0.00 


$330.24 


$400.00 


$400.00 


($69.76) 


502102 - Senior Adult Ministries 


$0.00 


$0.00 


$300.00 


$300.00 


($300.00) 


502104 - Literacy Missions 


$0.00 


$376.99 


$600.00 


$600.00 


($223.01) 


502105 - Angel Tree Ministry 


$74.56 


$74.56 


$150.00 


$150.00 


($75.44) 


502109 - Bele Chere Ministries 


$0.00 


$95.80 


$300.00 


$300.00 


($204.20) 


5021 10 - Mountain State Fair Ministry 


$291.67 


$3,500.04 


$3,500.00 


$3,500.00 


$0.04 


5021 12 - Rest Area Ministries 


$0.00 


$0.00 


$250.00 


$250.00 


($250.00) 


5021 14 - Multi Housing Ministry 


$0.00 


$0.00 


$100.00 


$100.00 


($100.00) 


5021 15 - Student Summer Worker 


($869.37) 


$5,500.04 


$5,500.00 


$5,500.00 


$0.04 


5021 16 - Christian Women Job Corp 


$0.00 


$569.61 


$5,200.00 


$5,200.00 


($4,630.39) 


5021 17 - Missions Camp 


$0.00 


$4,338.90 


$3,600.00 


$3,600.00 


$738.90 


502 1 1 8 - Womans Missionary Union 


($182.15) 


$805.09 


$900.00 


$900.00 


($94.91) 


CCM Director Salary/Expenses 












502501 - CCM Director/Salary 


$3,015.03 


$35,833.51 


$37,358.00 


$37,358.00 


($1,524.49) 


502502 - Annuity 


$3,580.33 


$3,736.00 


$3,736.00 


$3,736.00 


$0.00 


Total CCM Director Salary /Expenses 


$6,595.36 
$5,910.07 


$39,569.51 


$41,094.00 


$41,094.00 


($1,524.49) 


Total Church/Community Missions 


$55,160.78 


$61,894.00 


$61,894.00 


($6,733.22) 


Church Development 












504201 -Sunday School 


$0.00 


$44.98 


$900.00 


$900.00 


($855.02) 


504202 - Vacation Bible School 


$0.00 


$553.22 


$500.00 


$500.00 


$53.22 


504203 - Discp. & Family Ministry 


$0.00 


$176.56 


$400.00 


$400.00 


($223.44) 


504204 - Seminary Extension 


($11.97) 


$511.89 


$100.00 


$100.00 


$411.89 


504206 - Baptist Men's Ministry 


$0.00 


$0.00 


$900.00 


$900.00 


($900.00) 


504210 -RA Events 


$0.00 


$135.50 


$500.00 


$500.00 


($364.50) 


504214 -Music 


$150.00 


$1,106.29 


$1,800.00 


$1,800.00 


($693.71) 


504217 - Media Resources 


$450.89 


$2,024.12 


$2,000.00 


$2,000.00 


$24.12 


Total Church Development 


$588.92 


$4,552.56 


$7,100.00 


$7,100.00 


($2,547.44) 


Administrative Expenses 












506292 - Postage 


$519.50 


$4,691.24 


$10,000.00 


$10,000.00 


($5,308.76) 


506294 - Office Supplies 


$153.43 


$9,654.42 


$8,000.00 


$8,000.00 


$1,654.42 


506295 - Custodial Kitchen Supp. 


$0.00 


$246.91 


$800.00 


$800.00 


($553.09) 


506296 - Kitchen Supplies 


$0.00 


$319.41 


$450.00 


$450.00 


($130.59) 



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Analysis of Revenues & Expenses 

ASSOC. GENERAL FUND 

Year-to-date, Through December 2006 



Accounts 



506298 - Insurance (Liability) 
506300 - Electric Service 

506302 - Equipment Lease/Purchase 

506303 - Off. Equip. Pur/Maint 

506305 - Contingency Fund 

506306 - Conventions 

506307 - Printing of Annuals 
50631 1 - BLDG. /Property Maint. 
506314 -Staff Travel 

506315 - Christmas Bonus 

506316 - Employee Medical Reimb. 
506320 - Staff Business Expenses 
506332 - Telephone 

506334 - Gas Service 
506336 - Other Utilities 
506410- Audit Fees 
506420 - Purchase of New Equipment 
506430 - Other Contracts 
506910 -Lawn Care 
506950 - Interest Expense - Mort. 
Administrative Staff Expenses 
506310 -Social Security 

506701 - Secretary/Recept. Salary 

506702 - Secretay/Recpt. Annuity 
506804 -Staff Secretary 
506825 - Contract Accounting 
506901 - Custodian Salary 

Total Administrative Staff Expenses 
Total Administrative Expenses 
Special Ministry and Projects 
508101 - Pastors Seminar 

508103 - John G. Hicks Scholarship 

508104 - Baptist Student Union UNCA 

508105 - Christian Life/Pub. Affair 
5081 17 -Reserve Fund 

508120 - Partnership Missions 
508140 - Prison Chapliancy 
Total Special Ministry and Projects 
Total EXPENSES 



MTD Actual 
(This Year) 



S132.00 

$360.60 

$1,162.44 

$236.00 

$100.00 

$260.48 

$0.00 

$225.00 

$584.29 

$800.00 

$0.00 

($189.03) 

$1,036.73 

$677.95 

$438.79 

$0.00 

$0.00 

S0.00 

$0.00 

$1,255.31 

$575.52 
$1,998.84 

$199.88 
$1,811.26 

$670.00 
$0.00 



YTD Actual 
(This Year) 



$4,920.00 

$4,718.08 

$11,396.92 

$4,956.00 

$943.20 
$1,253.96 
$2,097.00 
$5,316.21 
$6,429.17 

$800.00 
$1,600.00 

$988.15 
$4,796.21 
$4,377.20 
$1,556.72 
$2,700.00 
$0.00 
$0.00 
$1,625.00 
$8,791.77 

$7,013.34 
$23,986.08 

$2,399.00 
$21,735.12 

$8,040.00 
$10,453.36 



YTD Budget Annual Budget Annual 

(This Year) (This Year) Budget/Actual 

(This Year) 



$6,030.00 
$6,210.00 
$0.00 
$10,000.00 
$1,500.00 
$1,200.00 

$700.00 
$7,000.00 
$6,000.00 

$800.00 
$1,600.00 
$2,000.00 
$3,900.00 
$5,700.00 
$1,190.00 
$1,200.00 
$2,000.00 

$500.00 

$7,000.00 

$18,000.00 

$6,364.00 
$23,986.00 

$2,399.00 
$21,735.00 

$7,620.00 

$7,000.00 



$6,030.00 
$6,210.00 
$0.00 
$10,000.00 
$1,500.00 
$1,200.00 

$700.00 
$7,000.00 
$6,000.00 

$800.00 
$1,600.00 
$2,000.00 
$3,900.00 
$5,700.00 
$1,190.00 
$1,200.00 
$2,000.00 

$500.00 

$7,000.00 

$18,000.00 

$6,364.00 
$23,986.00 

$2,399.00 
$21,735.00 

$7,620.00 

$7,000.00 



($1,110.00) 

($1,491.92) 

$11,396.92 

($5,044.00) 

($556.80) 

$53.96 

$1,397.00 

($1,683.79) 

$429.17 

$0.00 

$0.00 

($1,011.85) 

$896.21 

($1,322.80) 

$366.72 

$1,500.00 

($2,000.00) 

($500.00) 

($5,375.00) 

($9,208.23) 

$649.34 
$0.08 
$0.00 
$0.12 

$420.00 
$3,453.36 



$5,255.50 


$73,626.90 


$69,104.00 


$69,104.00 


$4,522.90 


$13,008.99 


$157,804.47 


$170,884.00 


$170,884.00 


($13,079.53) 


$68.9! 


$234.00 


$500.00 


$500.00 


($266.00) 


$0.00 


$500.00 


$500.00 


$500.00 


$0.00 


$433.34 


$5,200.08 


$5,200.00 


$5,200.00 


$0.08 


$0.00 


$180.00 


$300.00 


$300.00 


($120.00) 


$500.00 


$6,000.00 


$6,000.00 


$6,000.00 


$0.00 


$210.59 


$2,575.97 


$4,000.00 


$4,000.00 


($1,424.03) 


$41.68 


$500.16 


$500.00 


$500.00 


$0.16 


$1,254.52 


$15,190.21 


$17,000.00 


$17,000.00 


($1,809.79) 


$27,453.18 


$314,720.05 


$345,620.00 


$345,620.00 


($30,899.95) 



Net Total 



$11,617.66 



$6,822.39 



$10,370.00 



$10,370.00 ($3,547.61) 



85 



Accounts 



REVENUES 
Income and Receipts 

004010 -Regular Budget 
004020 - Interest Income 
004025 - Facility Use 
004045 - Equipment Rental 
Total Income and Receipts 
Total REVENUES 



Buncombe Baptist Association 

Analysis of Revenues & Expenses 

ASSOC. GENERAL FUND 

Year-to-date, Through December 2006 



MTD Actual 
(This Year) 



YTD Actual 
(This Year) 



YTD Budget 
(This Year) 



Annual Budget 
(This Year) 



Annual 

Budget/Actual 

(This Year) 



$39,1 12.55 


$320,422.07 


$355,990.00 


$355,990,00 


($35,567.93) 


S3. 29 


$46.37 


$0.00 


$0.00 


$46.37 


(S45.00) 


$650.00 


$0.00 


$0.00 


$650.00 


$0.00 


$424.00 


$0.00 


$0.00 


$424.00 


$39,070.84 


$321,542.44 


$355,990.00 


$355,990.00 


($34,447.56) 


$39,070.84 


$321,542.44 


$355,990.00 


$355,990.00 


($34,447.56) 



Buncombe Baptist Association 

Summarized Analysis of Revenues & Expenses 

Totals as of 12/31/06 













Percent of 






YTD 


Annual 


Budget 


Budget Used 






Actual 


Budget 


Remaining 


YTD 


Revenues: 












4010 


Regular Budget 


320422.07 


355990.00 


(35567.93) 


90.01 


4020 


Interest Income 


46.37 


0.00 


46.37 




4025 


Facility Use 


650.00 


0.00 


650.00 




4045 


Equipment Rental 
jnues 


424.00 


0.00 


424.00 




Total Revs 


321542.44 


355990.00 


(34447.56) 


90.32 



Expenses: 

Total Gen. Assoc. Staff/Leadership 
Total Church/Community Missions 
Total Church Development 
Total Administrative Expenses 
Total Special Min. and Projects 

Total Expenses 

Net Totals 



82012.03 

55160.78 

4552.56 

157804.47 

15190.21 


88742.00 

61894.00 

7100.00 

170884.00 

17000.00 


(6729.97) 
(6733.22) 
(2547.44) 
(13079.53) 
(1809.79) 


92.42 
89.12 
64.12 
92.35 
89.35 


314720.05 


345620.00 


(30899.95) 


91.06 


6822.39 


10370.00 





Cash Position At 12/31/06 



First Citizens Checking 
Designated Accounts Checking 

Total 



5,540.29 
67,133.43 

72,673.72 



Gayle D. Brown Ministry Center Debt Balance at 12/31/06 152,642.40 



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BurIeson <£ARkey£rKgei,pllc 

Certified Public Accountants 



Accountants' Report 



To the Finance Committee 
Buncombe Baptist Association, Inc. 
Asheville, North Carolina 

We have compiled the accompanying statement of financial position of Buncombe Baptist 
Association as of December 31, 2005, and the related statements of activities and cash flows for 
the year then ended, in accordance with Statements on Standards for Accounting and Review 
Services issued by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. 

A compilation is limited to presenting in the form of financial statements information that is the 
representation of management. We have not audited or reviewed the accompanying financial 
statements and, accordingly, do not express an opinion or any other form of assurance on them. 



Certified Public Accountants 
May 16, 2006 



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IN MEMORiAM 



ARDEN FBC 

Eva Ashworth 
Anna Lee Black 
Walter Black 
William Edward Coulby 
Jeanette Galloway 
Ethel Lance 
Clyde Orr 
Jane Orr 
Mabel Russell 

BALD MOUNTAIN 

Gyva Nanney 
Charlie Davis 

BARNARDSVILLE 

Barbara Maddux 
Clifford Arrington, Jr. 

BEAVERDAM 

James McMahan 
Arthur Redmon 
Frances Calloway 
Evelyn Redmon 
Lullene Dotson 
Sarah White 
George Hugg 

BENT CREEK 

Dorsey Cowan 
Mabel Jolly 
Ernest Ray 
Ellen Scott 

BEREA 

Pauline Ingle 
Henry Ingle 
Pauline King 
Lee Roy Brown 



BETHEL 

Dora Cogburn 

Reverend Gordon Scruggs 

BILTMORE 

Woody Hayes 

Alice Stinus 

Earleen "Butch" Denning 

Russ Bemis 

Robert Chessher 

Ashley Kauppila 

B. Baldwin 

Mary Short 

Dufay Tate 

Jud Reece 

Christon Wagner 

Ken Bare 

Norma Pulliam 

Kitty Russell 

Esther Phillips 

BLACK MOUNTAIN FIRST 

John Davis 
Cathy Neese 
Louis Gonzales 
Mona Phillips 
Edna Allen 
Paul Glore 
Evelyn Taylor 
Gertrude Carrier 

BUCKEYE 

Ella Jay Moser 
Margaret Grady 
Annise Richardson 
Ruby Lowe 
Johnny Robertson 
Sybil Vess 
Ronnie Allen 
R. B. Rhymer 



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CALVARY 

Richard Hill 
Shannon D. Coward 
Earl West 
Patrice Moore 
Mary Jo Moore 
Fran Barber 
Viola Rogers 
Shirley Buckner 

CELEBRATION CHURCH 

Barbara Roberts 
Stanley Roberts 

CHRISTIAN CREEK 

Hazel Mcintosh 

CORINTH 

Vaughtie Hall 
Pauline Webb 
Rebecca Parrott 
Frances Carr 
Blanche M. Webb 
Fred Sealey 
Margaret Franklin 

DEAVERVIEW: 

Peggy Browning 

EDGEWOOD 

Allen Clark 
Ruel Nichols, Deacon 
Doris Grant 
Arthur Pittman 
Pearl Owenby 
Alma Jackson 



ENKA 

Mollie Allison 
Mary Burrell 
Frank Crawford 
Kettron Smathers 
Lloyd Wilkey 
Eileen Williams 
Lucy Williamson 

FAIRVIEW 

Tony Campuzano 

FLAT CREEK 

Kathy Ingle 
John Gibbs 
Leonard Chandler 
Mary Jo Arrowood 

GASHES CREEK 

Perry Robinson 

GLADY 

Carl Woods 

GRACE 

Tim Queen, Charter Member 
Benjamin Reese 
Margaret Parker 
Oveda McDowell 
Madge Kissinger, Charter 

Member 
Bill Wharton 

GRASSY BRANCH 

Helen Bryant 
Fronnie Bashaw 



EMMA'S GROVE 

Annie Bridgewater 



GROVE STONE 

Linda James 
Ruth Allen Kiser 
Gretchen Corbin Robinson 
Mary Wilkerson 



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IVY CREEK 

Bertie Honeycutt 

LAKEWOOD 

George McElrath, Deacon 

LIBERTY 

Judy Smith 

T. W. "Buck" Plemmons 



MOUNT CARMEL 

George Bigham 
Harold Maxwell 
Gretchen Corbitt 
Fred Anders 
Earl Edwards 
Nell Mackey 
Miller Ramsey 
Gloria Cundiff 



LONG SHOALS 

Kenneth Cowan 
Geneva Boone 
Lagonda Rhodes 
Carolyn Sparrow 

MACEDONIA 

Delores Sprinkle 
Hazel Camby 
Edith Taylor 
Teresa Culbertson 
Dorothy Hawkins 

MERRIMON AVENUE 

Martha Alice Earle 
Frank Fisher, Deacon 
Ann Goodson 
Lois Hollingsworth 
Gail Ingram 
Mary Kiser 
Rachel Ledford 
Marie Linder 
Preston Lyles 
Ruth Pyatt 
Cameron Smith 
Ruth Smith 

MORGAN HILL 

Helen Morgan Rice 
Margaret Ann Bruce Allman 
Diane Buckner 



MOUNT OLIVE 

Hannah Howington 
Sam Love 

MOUNTAIN VIEW 

Neil Hollifield 
Charles Mixon 
Jeff Search 
Roberts Talmage 

NEW LIBERTY 

Eadie Parks 
Ruth Adamski 
Jack Gibson 
Texie Hunter 
Annie Freeman 

NEW MORGAN HILL 

Helen Austin 

Bill Craig 

Orlena Jane "Mickey" Stansel 

Ruth Treadway 

NEWBRIDGE 

Christine Buckner 
Wayne Roberson 
Mary Smith 
Edna Henderson 



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NEWFOUND 

Mitch Carver 
Howard Hoyle 
Patricia Lewis 
Elizabeth McColgin 
Joe Pitts 
Reva Ramsey 
Dorothy Sexton 

OAKLEY 

Edythe Capps 
Diane Taylor 
Harry Keever 
Birt Goldsmith 

OTEEN 

Carol West 
Leland Jones 
Doyle Anderson 

PINE BURR PARK 

Mary Lankford 

PINE FOREST: 

Mary Smith 
James L. Smith, Sr. 

POLE CREEK 

Glenn Stamey, Deacon 

Alma Massie 

Max Flack 

Alice Redmond 

Jimmy Harris 

Joe Brown, Deacon 



REED MEMORIAL 

Hazel West 
Phil Anderson 
Doris Moody 
Jack McGuinn 
Foy Ledbetter 
Frances Connelly 

RIDGECREST 

Bonnie Clark 
William Emery, Trustee 
J. D. Smith 
Marjorie Tate 

RIDGEWAY 

Cora Jones 
Oles Cordell 
Wiley Price 
Claude Rector 
Dixie Waltimeyer 
James Hall 
Pearl Allen 
Debbie Bumgamer 
Louise Chapman 

SKYLAND FIRST 

Tommy Corn 
Beatrice Norton 
Doris Fender 
Betty Towe 

STARNES COVE 

Marian Quade 
Grace Wilson 
Velva Luther 
Lewis Messer 
Betty Plemmons 
Carol Robbins 



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SUNRISE: 

Roy Crawford, Deacon 

SWANNANOA FBC 

William Edgar Waddell 
Clyde Whitaker 
Belle Ballard 
Annie Owen 
James "Pete" Wagner 
Lloyd Cody 
Martha Duncan 
Shane Fuller 
Doris Waddell 
Garrett Hughes 
Bernice Robertson 
Johnny Nelson 
Bill McPeters 

TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW 

Wanda Maurer 
Randy Lyles 

TURKEY CREEK 

Myrtle Wells 

VICTORY 

Maude Gosnell 
Lola Davis 

WEAVERVILLE FBC 

Jerry Cato 
Jack Rector 
Melba Buckner 
Mary Helen Diehl 
Stan Gheesling 



WESTASHEVILLE 

Mitchell Plemmons 
Ashley Raymer 
Anah Tate 
Edith Robinson 
Edith Koontz 
Sally Hyatt 
Rose Williams 
Agnes Spivey 
Eva Meares 
Ron Rhymer 
Elva Lanning 
Georgia Nichelson 
George Brooks 
Laura West 
Scott Dean 
Annie Burris 
Mary Morgan 
Catherine Bouldin 
Madge Burleson 
Lurlene Medford 
Louise Bimbaum 
Dorothy Pressley 

WHITE ROCK 

Patty Meeks 

WOODLAND HILLS 

Carl Fox 
Nina Riddle 
Frank Spears 
Martin Hare 

ZION HILL 

Annetta Price 
George Estes 
Fred Miller 



96 



BUNCOMBE BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

CONSTITUTION 

PREAMBLE 

We the members of missionary Baptist Churches in the County of Buncombe, State of 
North Carolina, and territory adjacent hereto, do hereby propose to establish and maintain 
the principles and rules of order of a district association in conformity to the following plan: 

ARTICLE l-NAME 

The name of this body shall be the Buncombe Baptist Association, Inc., hereinafter 
referred to as the Association. 

ARTICLE ll-PURPOSE 



The purpose of the Buncombe Baptist Association is to partner with congregations in 
missions and ministry and to foster fellowship among the churches. 



ARTICLE lll-MEMBERSHIP 

SECTION 1 . The Association shall be composed of cooperating Baptist Churches in the 
area of the Association. A cooperating church is defined as: 

(1 ) A church that contributes regularly to the support of missions through the 
Association budget. 

(2) A church that send messengers to the Association's general sessions. 

A church that supports the missions efforts and activities of the Association. 

(4) A church that makes an annual report to the Association as requested by the 
Association. 



SECTION 2. Churches desiring membership in the Association shall petition through the 
Membership Committee. Any church requesting membership shall attach to their petition 
for membership a copy of their Articles of Faith and/or Church Covenant. The Membership 
Committee shall interview key church leaders and examine the church's operating 
documents in light of the scriptures and then make a recommendation to the Association 
regarding the church's request for admission. The Association is an autonomous body, 
and shall determine its own membership by vote in its general sessions. If the requesting 
church is recommended by the Membership Committee and accepted by the Association, 
the congregation shall come under the watch care of the Association for one year with all 



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the benefits of membership except the right to vote in sessions or to hold corporate office. 
At the end of one year, upon further recommendation by the Membership Committee, the 
church shall be granted full membership by affirmative vote of the Association. The 
Association may receive churches or reject churches in accordance with its Constitution 
and Bylaws. Churches may also voluntarily withdraw from the Association. 



ARTICLE IV-MEETINGS 

SECTION 1 : The Association shall meet two times per year at times chosen by the 
Association at its fall meeting. 

SECTION 2: Special meetings may be called by the Moderator or the Leadership Council 
provided two weeks' notice is given to all the member churches. 

SECTION 3: Each church may select a minimum of (3) three messengers to the 
Association's general sessions. When feasible, the senior pastor of each church shall 
serve as one of these messengers. Each church may select one additional messenger for 
every fifty resident members, with the total number of messengers from a church not to 
exceed (10) ten. Messengers in attendance shall constitute the voting body when the 
Association is in session. A quorum shall consist of the messengers present and voting at 
the Association's general or called meetings. 

SECTION 4: In addition to the church's messengers named in Section 3, the officers and 
staff directors of the Association shall also serve as messengers of the Association. 

ARTICLE V-AUTHORITY 



Each church in this Association is independent and sovereign in its own affairs. The 
Association has no authority over the churches. 



ARTICLE VI-OFFICERS AND THEIR ELECTION 



SECTION 1. The officers of the Association shall be Moderator, Vice-Moderator, Clerk 
and Treasurer. 

SECTION 2. The officers shall be elected on the last day of the fall meeting. The term of 
office shall extend through the next fall meeting. 

SECTION 3. The Moderator shall be elected to serve no more than two consecutive 
terms. 



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ARTICLE VII-CORPORATE OFFICERS OF THE ASSOCIATON 



SECTION 1 . The officers of the Corporation (Buncombe Baptist Association, Inc.) shall be 
President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer. The titles of the corporation officers 
shall correspond as follows: President-Moderator; Vice-President-Vice Moderator; 
Secretary-Director of Missions and Treasurer-Treasurer of the Association. 

SECTION 2. The officers of the corporation shall handle all legal matters of the 
Association under the direction of the Association or its Leadership Council. 



ARTICLE VIII-THE LEADERSHIP COUNCIL 



SECTION 1 . The Leadership Council shall be composed of the Officers of the Association, 
the Association staff directors, leaders of each of the Missions or Ministry Groups and 
Teams, Ministry Consultants, the Chairs of Administrative Team Committees, and the 
Presidents of the Ministers' Conferences. 

SECTION 2. The Leadership Council shall have the authority to act for the Association 
between its regular sessions, except as limited by the Constitution and Bylaws. The 
Council shall meet regularly at times appointed by the Association or by the Council. The 
Moderator, who shall be the presiding officer at the meetings of the Council, may call the 
Council into special session. 



ARTICLE IX-THE MISSIONS GROUP 



SECTION 1. The Missions Group shall consist of the Associational Staff Directors, the 
WMU Director, the Baptist Men's Director, each of the Associational mission project team 
leaders and the chair of the following committees: Evangelism, Church Planting, and 
Membership. Additional members may be added to the team as needed. The Director of 
Missions shall chair the Missions Group. 

SECTION 2. The Missions Group shall be responsible for developing, implementing and 
evaluating the missions strategies of the Association, promoting missions education in the 
Association, and coordinating the mission projects of the Association. 

SECTION 3. The Missions Group shall meet as needed to accomplish its work and shall 
report to the Leadership Council and the Association when these bodies meet in regularly 
scheduled sessions. 



ARTICLE X-THE CHURCH MINISTRIES GROUP 



SECTION 1. The Church Ministries Group shall be composed of the Association Staff 
Directors, the Sunday School Team Leader, the Discipleship and Family Ministry 



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Coordinator, the Music and Worship Team Leader, the Student Ministry Consultant, the 
Media Consultant, the Vacation Bible School Director, the Continuing Education 
Coordinator, the Senior Adult Ministry Coordinator, and the Christian Life/Public Affairs 
Consultant. Additional members shall be added to the team as needed. The Director of 
Missions shall chair the Ministries Group. 

SECTION 2. The Church Ministries Group shall coordinate the Christian education and 
worship ministries of the Association, provide leadership and educational resources for 
congregations; enlist and train consultants to assist churches in ministries and programs; 
plan and conduct the Association's leadership training events, and partner with churches in 
the development of ministries within the congregations and within the Association. 

SECTION 3. The Church Ministries Group shall meet as needed to accomplish its work; 
and shall report to the Leadership Council and the Association when these bodies meet in 
regularly scheduled sessions. 

ARTICLE XI-THE ADMINISTRATIVE GROUP 



SECTION 1 . The Administrative Group shall be composed of the corporate officers, the 
Association staff directors, committees, and additional committees or teams as may be 
named by the Association. 

SECTION 2. The duties of the Administrative group shall be defined by the Association; 
and delineated in a manual of policies and procedures. 

SECTION 3. The Association shall have the following committees with their terms of office 
being from the close of the fall meeting of the Association through the following fall 
meeting of the Association. 

A. The following committees and their chairpersons shall be nominated 
by the Nominating Committee and elected by the Association in the 
fall meeting of the Association: Budget and Finance, Capital Funds 
Development, Properties, Planning, Personnel, and Constitution. 

B. The Order of Business Committee shall be appointed annually by the 
Moderator. 

C. The Nominating Committee shall be nominated by the Moderator and 
elected by the Association. 

D. Elected committee members shall be chosen annually and shall 
generally serve no longer than four consecutive years. Appointed 
committee members shall serve for one year. 

SECTION 4. The Association may appoint additional teams, councils or committees as 
needed to carry out its work. Duties of these teams, councils and committees may be 
spelled out in the Association's Manual of Policies and Procedures. 



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ARTICLE XII— AMENDMENTS 



Amendments to this constitution may be made at a general session of the Association 
upon an affirmative vote of two-thirds of the voting members present. Proposed 
amendments shall be presented in writing to the Constitution Committee at least sixty 
days prior to a general session of the Association. Written notice of a vote on 
constitutional changes must be given at least three weeks prior to a general session of 
the Association. Proposed changes shall be presented to the Association on the first day 
of a general meeting; and voted upon by the Association on the second day of a general 
session, by a standing vote. 

BYLAWS 

BYLAW I 
PARLIAMENTARY RULES 

Robert's Rules of Order; latest Revised Edition; shall govern the Association meetings 
unless prescribed otherwise by the Association. 



BYLAW II 
ASSOCIATIONAL YEAR 

The Associational year shall begin July 1 and close June 30. 

BYLAW III 
DUTIES OF ASSOCIATIONAL OFFICERS 

SECTION 1 . The Moderator shall preside over the meetings of the Association and 
Leadership Council according to the Constitution and Bylaws, nominate the Nominating 
Committee, appoint the Order of Business Committee, and Chair the Personnel 
Committee. The Moderator shall be an ex officio member of other committees and teams, 
serving as needed. 

SECTION 2. The Vice-Moderator shall preside at Associational and Leadership Council 
meetings in the absence of or at the request of the Moderator and perform other duties as 
requested by the Moderator or the Association. 

SECTION 3. The Clerk shall send annual report forms to the member churches at least 
one month before the Association's fall meeting; distribute copies of the digest of these 
reports at the fall meeting; make accurate record of the proceedings of the Association; 
supervise the printing and distribution of the Minutes and the Association's annual report; 
keep on file copies of the Minutes and other documents of the Association; and also serve 
as secretary to the Leadership Council. 



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SECTION 4. The Treasurer shall receive and disburse all funds of the Association in 
accordance with the directives of the Association; provide an accurate report of receipts 
and disbursements to the Association; keep financial records updated and available for 
examination; and submit financial records for annual audit at the end of each calendar 
year. 

BYLAW IV 
DUTIES OF OTHER ASSOCIATIONAL LEADERS 

SECTION 1. STAFF 

A. Director of Missions 

The Director of Missions shall coordinate all the work of the Association, direct 
Associational staff, and promote the purpose of the Association. The Director of Missions 
shall provide encouragement and consultation for churches and church staff, assisting 
them to accomplish their Biblical mission. 

When a vacancy occurs, the Director of Missions shall be selected in the following manner: 
A Search Committee shall be selected by the Leadership Council to seek a new Director of 
Missions. When the Search Committee chooses a candidate, the prospective Director of 
Missions shall be presented to the Association in a general or called session. If elected, 
the Director of Missions shall continue to serve until terminated by mutual consent or 
request by either party. 

B. Other Staff 

The Association may select additional staff as needed. Duties of Association staff shall be 
defined in the Association's Manual of Policy and Procedures. 

Staff Directors other than the Director of Missions shall be nominated by the Personnel 
Committee and elected by the Association in a regular meeting or at a special meeting 
called for this purpose. Support staff shall be elected by the Personnel Committee upon 
recommendation of the Director of Missions and other staff directors. 

SECTION 2. MISSION TEAMS 

Mission Teams lead the Association in carrying out the Great Commission. Mission 
Teams include (but are not limited to): Baptist Men's Ministry, Women's Missionary Union, 
Partnership Missions, Evangelism, Community Ministries, and Church Planting. 

Mission Teams shall be composed of both leaders elected by the Association and a 
network of volunteers. Mission Team leaders shall be nominated by the Nominating 
Committee and elected by the Association in the fall meeting. Volunteer team members 
do not have to be elected by the Association, but serve under the leadership of the 
appropriate team leaders. 



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A. Baptist Men's Team 

The Baptist Men's Team shall consist of the following leaders: the Baptist Men's Director; 
the Assistant Director; Royal Ambassador Coordinator; Disaster Relief Coordinator and 
two at-large members. Volunteers will be added to each area of Men's Ministry as 
needed. 

The goal of the Baptist Men's Mission Team is to involve churches and church members 
(especially men and boys) in missions activities, including giving to missions, praying for 
missions, and participating in missions projects through the churches and the Association. 

B. Women's Missionary Union Team 

The WMU Team shall consist of the following leaders: the Associational WMU Director; 
the Associate Director; Secretary; Missions Consultants; Age-Level Consultants. Other 
volunteers may be added as needed. 

The goal of the WMU Mission Team is to involve churches and church members 
(especially women and girls) in missions activities, including giving to missions, praying for 
missions, and participating in missions projects through the churches and the Association. 

C. Partnership Missions Team 

The Partnership Missions Team shall consist of the following leaders: a coordinator and 
four at-large members. Volunteers will be added to the team as needed. 

The Partnership Missions Team shall promote participation in missions partnerships within 
the Association and around the world. The team will plan Association-wide missions 
partnerships and coordinate participation in these partnerships among the churches. 

D. Evangelism Team 

The Evangelism Team shall consist of the following leaders: a coordinator and four at- 
large members. Volunteers will be added to the team as needed. 

The Evangelism Team will promote the work of evangelism in the Association by training 
churches in evangelism, providing resources to aid churches in evangelism, assisting 
churches to develop local evangelism ministries, and planning area-wide evangelism 
efforts. 

E. Community Ministries Team 

The Community Ministries Team shall consist of the following leaders: a Coordinator and 
four at-large members. Volunteers will be added to the team as needed. 



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The Community Ministries Team will offer visionary leadership to Associational churches 
by helping them evaluate needs in their local communities and shall generate ministries to 
meet those needs. The team will also assist churches to network with other churches and 
agencies that address community concerns. 

F. Church Planting Team 

The Church Planting Team will consist of the following leaders: a Coordinator and four at- 
large members. Volunteers will be added to the team as needed. 

The Church Planting Team will work with the Association churches and the Association 
staff to determine where new churches are needed. The team shall work with the staff and 
with the Association churches in assisting new church starts in cooperation with the Baptist 
State Convention of North Carolina. This team shall be available for consultation for 
churches beginning new work. 

G. Other Teams 

The Association may establish other mission teams as needed. Duties of these teams 
shall be defined in the Association's manual of policy and procedures. 

SECTION 3. CHURCH MINISTRIES TEAMS 

Ministry Teams shall lead the Association in the work of Christian education and 
leadership development. Ministry Teams provide ministry resources to assist the churches 
of the Association in carrying out their mission. 

Ministry Teams may include (but are not limited to): Christian Education; Music and 
Worship; Senior Adult; Ordination; Pastor/Staff/Church Relations Team and Continuing 
Education. Each Ministry Team shall consist of leaders elected by the Association and a 
network of volunteers who carry out the ministries of each team. All leaders of Ministries 
Teams shall be nominated by the Nominating Committee and elected by the Association in 
the fall meeting. Volunteer team members do not have to be elected by the Association, 
but serve under the leadership of the appropriate team leaders. 

A. The Christian Education Team 

The Christian Education Team shall be composed of the following leaders: The 
Associational Sunday School (Bible Study) Director, the Discipleship and Family Life 
Director, the Continuing Education Coordinator and the Associational Student Ministries 
Director. One of these shall be nominated by the Nominating Committee to serve as team 
leader. Volunteers will be added to the team as needed. 

The Christian Education Team shall promote the work of the Sunday School, the work of 
Discipleship and Family Ministry, and the work of Student Ministries among youth and 
college students. The Christian Education Team shall provide training resources and 



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learning opportunities to equip the work of these ministries within the local churches and 
within the Association. The work of the Christian Education Team includes providing 
Seminary Extension and other types of extension learning opportunities as needed. 

B. The Music and Worship Team 

The Music and Worship Team shall be composed of the following leaders: the 
Associational Music and Worship Director, the Adult Choir Projects Coordinator, the Youth 
Choir Projects Coordinator and the Children's Choir Projects Coordinator. Volunteers will 
be added to the team as needed. 

The Music and Worship Team shall promote the ministries of music and worship in the 
Association. This team shall plan and conduct Associational music ministries, coordinate 
music and worship for the general sessions of the Association and the meetings of the 
Leadership Council, provide music resources and training opportunities for the churches, 
and partner with other Missions and Ministry Teams in providing music and worship for 
various ministries of the Association as requested. 

C. The Senior Adult Ministry Team 

The Senior Adult Ministry Team shall be composed of the Associational Senior Adult 
Ministry Director and three at-large members. Volunteers will be added to the team as 
needed. 

The Senior Adult Ministry Team shall promote Senior Adult work among the churches, 
coordinate Association-wide Senior Adult projects, and provide opportunities for Christian 
service and fellowship to the Senior Adults of the Association. 

D. The Ordination Team 

The Ordination Team shall consist of no less than five ordained ministers from Association 
churches. 

The Ordination Team shall (upon request from a member church) assist with the 
examination and ordination of a candidate for the Gospel Ministry. 

E. Other Teams 

The Association may establish other ministry teams as needed. Duties of these teams 
shall be defined in the Association's Manual of Policies and Procedures. 



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SECTION 4. MINISTRY CONSULTANTS 

The Association may elect additional ministry consultants as needed. Consultants may 
include: Media, Singles, Christian Life and Public Affairs, and Denominational Relations. 
The duties of these consultants shall be described in the Association's Manual of Policies 
and Procedures. 

Consultants shall be nominated by the Nominating Committee and elected by the 
Association. 

SECTION 5. ADMINISTRATIVE TEAM COMMITTEES 

A. Budget and Finance Committee 

The Budget and Finance Committee shall be composed of a Chair, a person from each of 
the nine districts, the Treasurer and the Chair of the Capital Funds Committee. 

The Budget and Finance Committee shall prepare the annual budget and present it to the 
Association at the fall meeting. The Budget and Finance Committee shall provide 
oversight of the finances of the Association. Their duties will include raising funds to meet 
the budget, supervising the annual audit, and reporting financial concerns at Associational 
and Leadership Council meetings. 

B. Properties Committee 

The Properties Committee shall be composed of seven members. This committee shall be 
responsible for the upkeep of Associational properties and shall submit recommendations 
regarding needs. 

C. Planning Committee 

The Planning Committee shall be composed of a chair and a person from each of the nine 
districts. 

The Planning Committee shall evaluate the needs of the Association and the community, 
identify objectives of the Association and guide the Association in achieving its goals. 

E. Personnel Committee 

The Personnel Committee shall be composed of the Moderator, who shall serve as Chair, 
the Chair of the Finance Committee, and two at-large members to be named by the 
Nominating Committee and elected by the Association. 

The Personnel Committee shall advise the Association in matters pertaining to 
Associational employees. The committee shall serve as a Search Committee for Staff 
Directors other than the Director of Missions. The committee shall receive 



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recommendations from the Director of Missions and other appropriate Staff Directors 
regarding the employment of support staff, and shall select support staff to complement 
the work of staff directors. The committee shall be responsible for the development and 
maintenance of an Associational Manual of Policies and Procedures for all paid staff. The 
committee shall recommend to the Finance Committee compensation and benefits for all 
paid staff. The committee shall meet regularly to provide support, direction and 
encouragement to Association Staff. 

F. Nominating Committee 

The Nominating Committee shall be composed of at least six members who shall be 
nominated by the Moderator and elected by the Association. Additional nominations may 
be offered from the floor at the Association meeting. 

The Nominating Committee shall nominate the General Officers of the Association, which 
are the Moderator, Vice-Moderator, Clerk and Treasurer. In partnership with team leaders, 
Program Directors and the Association staff, the committee shall recommend leaders to 
serve on the Missions and Ministry Groups and Teams, as Ministry Consultants and on the 
Administrative Team Committees. These recommendations shall be brought to the 
Association in its fall meeting. Committee nominations do not preclude additional 
nominations from the floor. The committee shall also fill vacancies that occur during the 
course of an Associational year. 

F. Constitution Committee 

The Constitution Committee shall be composed of five members who shall be nominated 
by the Nominating Committee and elected by the Association. It is advisable that at least 
one member of the committee should be knowledgeable in legal matters. 

This committee shall periodically study the Constitution and Bylaws and shall make 
recommendations to the Association regarding any proposed amendments. 

G. Membership Committee 

The Membership Committee shall be composed of five members, and shall perform the 
duties as set forth in the Constitution, Article III. 



SECTION 6. COMMITTEES APPOINTED OR NOMINATED BY THE MODERATOR 

A. Order of Business Committee 

The Order of Business Committee shall be composed of the Moderator, the Clerk, the 
Music and Worship Team Leader and four at-large members. The Moderator shall appoint 
at-large members. 



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This committee shall prepare the programs for the Association's semi-annual meetings. 
The committee shall present the program for adoption at the beginning of each of these 
meetings, and shall serve through the sessions, making adjustments to the program as 
necessary. This committee shall also receive or solicit places for the semi-annual 
meetings of the Association and shall recommend these meeting places to the association 
in its fall meeting. It shall also recommend the preacher and alternate preacher for the 
annual Association sermon which shall be delivered at the fall meeting of the Association. 
This committee shall appoint an Enrollment Committee for each of the Association's semi- 
annual meetings. 

B. The Nominating Committee 

The Moderator shall nominate the Nominating Committee. Additional nominations may be 
offered from the floor at the Association meeting. The association shall elect the 
Nominating Committee. Duties are stated in Bylaw four, section five, paragraph F. 

BYLAW V 
MANUAL OF POLICIES AND PROCEDURES 

The Personnel Committee shall maintain a Manual of Policies and Procedures for paid 
staff. The Association Staff in partnership with the Leadership Council shall maintain a 
Manual of Policies and Procedures for volunteer ministries. 

BYLAW VI 
QUORUM 

A quorum shall consist of the messengers present and voting at the Association's general 
or called meetings. 

BYLAW VII 
AMENDMENTS 

Proposed amendments to the Bylaws must be submitted in writing to the Constitution 
Committee thirty days prior to one of the general meetings of the Association. Bylaw 
changes may be made at either session of the general meetings upon approval by a 
majority of messengers present and voting. 



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Missions Involvement 

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THE 2007 ANNUAL 

Buncombe Baptist Association 
Asheville, North Carolina 

2007 Spring Meeting 

Monday, May 7, 2007 

Newfound Baptist Church 

Speaker: Dr. Johnny Tiller 

2007 Fall Meeting 

Monday, October 8, 2007, 

New Morgan Hill Baptist Church 

Celebrating 125 Years 

Speaker, Reverend Dennis TJiurtnan 

Pastor, Pole Creek Baptist Church 



♦*♦ ♦*♦ ♦*♦ ♦*♦ ♦*♦ ♦*♦ ♦$► 



2008 Spring Meeting 

Monday, May 5, 2008 

Bent Creek Baptist Church 

Speaker: Dr. Ken Hemphill 

2008 Fall Meeting 

Monday, October 6, 2008 

Beverly Hills Baptist Church 

Speaker: Reverend Clark Henderson 
Pastor, Newbridge Baptist Church 



This Annual is dedicated to the 

Memory of 



Reverend Hob art Shope, Jr. 
Ridgezvay Baptist Church 

Dr. Robert Harris 
Sulphur Springs Park Baptist Church 

Mrs. Bertie Phillips, wife 

Pastor Charles Phillips 

Macedonia Baptist Church 

Ruth Bell Graham, wife 
Dr. Billy Graham 



LOCATION OF CHURCHES BY STREET OR ROAD 

Antioch 9 Antioch Church Road, Weaverville 

Arden First 3839 Sweeten Creek Road, Arden 

Asheville First 5 Oak Street, Asheville 

Bald Mountain 30 Bald Mountain Road, Black Mountain 

Barnardsville 1639 Barnardsville Highway, Barnardsville 

Beaverdam 399 Beaverdam Road, Asheville 

Bent Creek 1554 Brevard Road, Asheville 

Berea 2578 Riceville Road, Asheville 

Bethel — 125 Ben Lippen Road, Asheville 

Beverly Hills 777 Tunnel Road, Asheville 

Biltmore 35 Clayton Road, Arden 

Black Mountain First -130 Montreat Road, Black Mountain 

Blue Ridge Cowboy Church 1301 Fanning Bridge Road, Fletcher 

Brown's Chapel 22 Blackberry Inn Road, Weaverville 

Buckeye 102 West Buckeye Road, Swannanoa 

Calvary 531 Haywood Road, Asheville 

Calvary Baptist of Fairview 33 Jeremiah Boulevard, Fairview 

Celebration Church 2 Boyd's Chapel Road, Weaverville 

Christian Creek — — 40 New Salem Road, Swannanoa 

Clear Branch 2398 Highway #9, Black Mountain 

Community Baptist 103 Burton Street, Asheville 

Corinth 195 Dix Creek Road, #2, Leicester 

Cumberland Avenue 119 Cumberland Avenue, Asheville 

Deaverview — 240 Johnston School Road, Asheville 

Ecclesia 15 Spivey Lake Drive, Fairview 28730 

Edgewood 101 Moody Avenue, Candler 

Elk Mountain 197 Elk Mountain Road, Asheville 

Emma 520 N. Louisiana Avenue, Asheville 

Emma's Grove 417 Emma's Grove Road off Charlotte Highway, Fairview 

Enka 1210 Sand Hill Road at Enka 

Erwin Hills 281 New Leicester Highway (#63), Asheville 

Fairview Church Road in Fairview 

Flat Creek 21 Flat Creek Church Road, Weaverville 

Freedom 50 Rice Road, Asheville 

Fountain of Life First Hispanic Baptist Church 531 Haywood Road, Asheville 

Friendship 240 Haywood Street, Asheville 

Gashes Creek 308 Gashes Creek Road, Corner I-40 and US 70E, Asheville 

Glady Pisgah Highway, Candler 

Grace 71 8 Haywood Road, Asheville 

Grace and Knowledge 40 Vance Avenue, Black Mountain 

Grassy Branch 497 Riceville Road, Asheville 

Grove Stone 1568 Grove Stone Road, Black Mountain 

Hominy 135 Candler School Road, Candler 

Iglesia Bautista Ebenezer 119 Elkwood Avenue, Asheville 

Iglesia Bautista Hispana 119 Monticello Road, Weaverville 

Inanda 590 Brevard Road, Asheville 

Ivy Creek 21 Ivy Baptist Road, Weaverville 

Jupiter 750 Jupiter Road, Weaverville 

Kerlee 208 Kerlee Heights Road, Black Mountain 

Lakewood Byrd Road, Black Mountain 

Laurel Springs 689 Morgan Hill Road, Fairview 

Liberty 875 Monte Vista Road, Candler 

Long Shoals 661 Long Shoals Road, Arden 



Macedonia 1468 Jenkins Valley Road, Alexander 

Maple Ridge Maple Ridge Road, Candler 

Merrimon Avenue 283 Merrimon Avenue, Asheville 

Mills Gap 370 Mills Gap Road, Asheville 

Missio Dei 718 Haywood Road, Asheville 

Morgan Hill 594 Barnardsville Highway, Weaverville 

Momingside 14 Mineral Springs Road, Asheville 

Mosaic Church 227 Hazel Mill Road, Asheville 

Mount Carmel 200 Mount Canmel Road, Asheville 

Mount Olive 64 Mount Olive Church Road, Asheville 

Mountain View 2221 North Fork Road, Black Mountain 

New Liberty 625 Olivette Road, Asheville 

New Life Community — 1417 Riverside Drive, Asheville 

New Morgan Hill 370 Lake Drive, Candler 

New Salem Rosscraggon Road, Arden 

Newbridge 199 Elkwood Avenue, Asheville 

Newfound — 2605 New Leicester Highway (#63), Asheville 

North Point Baptist Church 119 Monticello Road, Weaverville 

Oak Grove 599 Lower Brush Road, Fletcher 

Oakley 70 Fairview Avenue, Asheville 

Oteen 37 Oteen Church Road, Asheville 

Pine Burr Park 389 Weaverville Highway, Asheville 

Pine Forest 102 Ivy Hill Road, Weaverville 

Pleasant Hill 745 Aiken Road, Asheville 

Pole Creek 96 Snow Hill Church Road, Candler 

Reed Memorial 756 Fairview Avenue, Asheville 

Reynolds 520 Rose Hill Road, Asheville 

Ridgecrest — 41 Tucker Road, Ridgecrest 

Ridgeway 525 Old Highway 19/23, Candler 

Riverside 869 Riverside Drive, Asheville 

Sand Hill 232 Sand Hill Road, Asheville 

Skyland 2115 Hendersonville Road, Skyland 

South Asheville 61 Rock Hill Road, Asheville 

Stames Cove 149 Starnes Cove Road, Asheville 

Sulphur Springs Park 12 Hi Alta Avenue and Appalachian Way, Asheville 

Sunrise 419 Deaverview Road, Asheville 

Swannanoa First 503 Park Street, Swannanoa 

Trinity of Fairview 276 Concord Road, Fletcher 

Turkey Creek 2206 Bear Creek Road, Leicester 

Victory 80 Olivette Road, Asheville 

Weaverville 63 North Main Street, Weaverville 

West Asheville 926 Haywood Road, Asheville 

Westwood 150 Westwood Place, Asheville 

White Rock NC#151 Pisgah Highway, Candler 

Wilkey Highway 9, Black Mountain 

Woodland Hills 50 Woodland Hills, Asheville 

Zion Hill 1008 Newfound Road, Leicester 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



ASSOCIATIONS. DIRECTORY 

Dedication 2 

Location of Churches by Street or Road 3 

Association Staff 7 

General Officers/Corporation Officers 7 

ADMINISTRATIVE GROUP 8 

CHURCH AND COMMUNITY MINISTRTY GROUP 8 

EVANGELISM AND MISSIONS GROUP 9 

DISCIPLESHIP AND EDUCATION GROUP 9 

MEMBERSHIP AND FELLOWSHIP GROUP 10 

CHURCH DIRECTORY 

Pastors 11 

Ministers of Music and Worship 15 

Associate Pastors 17 

Ministers of Missions 1 7 

Ministers of Education 1 8 

Ministers of Youth//Students 1 8 

Ministers of Children 19 

Ministers of Preschool 21 

Business Administrators 21 

Administrative Assistants/Secretaries 21 

Ordained Ministers (Not Pastors) 24 

Sunday School Directors 26 

Discipleship Directors 28 

Baptist Men Directors 28 

Woman's Missionary Union Directors -- 29 

Deacon Chairpersons 30 

Church Treasurers 31 

Church Clerks 32 

Media Library Directors 33 

Church Organists 34 

Church Pianists 35 

REPORTS 

Associational Missionary 36 

Church and Community Ministries — 38 

Ordinations Committee 40 

Church Planting/Membership Committee 40 

Memorials 40 

Christian Life and Public Affairs 41 

Baptist Student Union at UNCA 42 

Craggy Correctional Institute 43 

GuideStone Financial Resources 44 

Baptist Children's Homes, Inc. 45 

North Carolina Baptist Foundation 47 

North Carolina Baptist Hospital-— — - 48 

Baptist Retirement Homes 50 

Council on Christian Higher Education 51 

Mars Hill College 52 

Fruitland Baptist Bible Institute 53 

Cooperative Program 54 



Mississippi Baptist Convention 57 

Leadership Council Minutes 58 

Spring Meeting Program 65 

Minutes of Spring Meeting 65 

Fall Meeting Program 68 

Minutes of Fall Meeting 69 

Messengers Registered at Spring Meeting 67 

Messengers Registered at Fall Meeting 72 

2008 Budget 74 

Receipts from Churches 76 

Countdown to Freedom Receipts 2007 79 

Financial Report 2007 80 

Auditor's Report 84 

Historical Table 85 

In Memoriam 89 

2008 Calendar - 93 

Statistical Tables —105 



Buncombe Baptist Association 

Spring Meeting 

May 5, 2008 

Bent Creek Baptist Church 

6:30 p.m. 




Dr. Ken Hemphill, National strategist 

for Empowering Kingdom Growth 
for the Southern Baptist Convention 



ASSOCIATIONAL DIRECTORY 

OFFICE 

Buncombe Baptist Resource Center 

227 Hazel Mill Road 

Asheville, North Carolina 28806 

Phone: 828-252-1864 

FAX# 828-252-1865 

DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS: 

Craig Bailey, 24 Charles Lance Place, Asheville 28806 665-2104 

cbaile y@buncombebaptist.org 
DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY MINISTRIES: 

Norma B. Melton (Reed Memorial), 445 Chunn's Cove Road, 250-9489 

Asheville 28805, nmelton@buncombebaptist.org 
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT: 

Susie Black (Pole Creek), 21 English Place, Candler 28715 665-1938 

sblack@buncombebaptist.org 
COMMUNICATIONS SECRETARY: 

Nancy Owen (Mt. Carmel), 1 1 5 Anders Drive, Asheville 28806 254-8393 

nowen@buncombebaptist.org 

GENERAL OFFICERS OF THE ASSOCIATION 

MODERATOR: Stan Willet (Berea), 24 Lazy Hollow Drive, 669-7768 

Black Mountain 2871 1 
VICE-MODERATOR: Jim McCoy (Weaverville FBC) 645-6720 

P. O. Box 547, Weaverville 28787 
CLERK: Nancy Owen (Mt. Carmel), 115 Anders Drive, Asheville 28806 254-8393 

nowen@buncombebaptist.org 
TREASURER: Wayne Higgins (Weaverville FBC), P. O. Box 1285, 645-4021 

Weaverville 28787 

CORPORATE OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT: Stan Willet (Berea), 24 Lazy Hollow Drive 669-7768 

Black Mountain 28711 
VICE-PRESIDENT: Jim McCoy (Weaverville FBC), P. O. Box 547 645-6720 

Weaverville 28787 
SECRETARY: Craig Bailey, 227 Hazel Mill Road, Asheville 28806 252-1864 

TREASURER: Wayne Higgins (Weaverville FBC), P. O. Box 1285 645-4021 

Weaverville 28787 



ADMINISTRATIVE GROUP 

Kyle Carver, Chairman, P. O. Box 56, Leicester 28748 

Jim McCoy, Vice-Chairman, P. O. Box 547, Weaverville 28787 

Stan Willet, 24 Lazy Hollow Drive, Black Mountain 28711 

Wayne Higgins, P. O. Box 1285, Weaverville 28787 

Christine Dozier, 56 Starmount Drive, Asheville NC 28806 

Bobby Peek, 67 Joe Jenkins Road, Fairview 28730 

Darryl Searcy, 81 Davidson Road, Asheville 28803 

Dianna Braddock, 23 Bevlyn Drive, Asheville 28803 

Fred Messer, 117 Chapman Drive, Asheville 28805 

Susie Black, 21 English Place, Candler 28715 

Rick Hall, 41 1 Dennis Street, Swannanoa 28778 

David Rayburn, P. O. Box 656, Black Mountain 28711 

Barbara Pierce, 42 Morning Mist Road, Fletcher 28732 

CONSTITUTION 



683-2075 
645-6720 
669-7768 
645-4021 
252-2281 
628-1118 
274-6737 
231-8802 
298-6464 
665-1938 
776-1414 
669-6461 
681-1899 



Billy King, Team Leader, 777 Tunnel Road, Asheville 28805 

Kurt Ehrsam, 4 Craggy Circle, Asheville 28803 

Dennis Thurman, 96 Snow Hill Church Road, Candler 28715 



298-4623 
254-4099 
667-4053 



CHURCH AND COMMUNITY MINISTRY GROUP 



WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

Director: Edwina Messer, 117 Chapman Drive, Asheville 28805 
Associate Director: Jean Hollingsworth, 53 Edgewood Road, 

Candler 2871 5 
Secretary: Carolyn Ray, 144 Dogwood Drive, Weaverville 28787 
Staff Consultant: Norma Melton, 227 Hazel Mill Road, Asheville 28806 
Christian Women's Job Corps Consultant: 
Ministry Events Consultant: Etheline Branch, 203 Mountain View Road, 

Asheville 28805 
Women's Enrichment Consultant: 
Women on Mission Consultant: 
Acteens Consultants: 

GA Consultant: Libby Pierce, 20 Fieldcrest Road, Arden 28704 
Missions Friends Consultant: Jeanette Cloud, 104 Pine Tree Drive, 

Black Mountain 2871 1 
Baptist Nursing Fellowship: 
Project Help: Poverty: Laura Dotson, 1075 Brush Creek Circle, Fairview 28730 

DISTRICT LEADERS: 

North Buncombe: Mary Porter, 116 Parsonage Drive, Asheville 28804 

Asheville: 

Mount Carmel: Thelma Barnett, 373 Old Leicester Hwy., Asheville 28806 

Jeanette Radcliff, 36 Olivette Road, Asheville 28804 
West Asheville: Jean Hollingsworth, 53 Edgewood Road, Candler 28715 
Enka/Hominy: 
Biltmore: 
Fairview: Shirley Shope, 5 Charland Forest, Asheville 28803 



298-6464 
667-2941 

645-4648 
252-1864 

298-9759 



687-4472 
669-8385 



628-1762 



645-5824 

254-6958 
252-3878 
667-2941 



298-1895 



Oteen: Sandra Clark, 287 Charlotte Highway, Asheville 28803 298-31 1 7 
Swannanoa: 

WMU LEADERSHIP SELECTION COMMITTEE: 

Jeanette Cloud, Chairman, 104 Pine Tree Drive, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-8385 

Etheline Branch, 203 Mountain View Road, Asheville 28805 298-9759 
Ex Officio: Director and Associate Director 

EVANGELISM AND MISSIONS GROUP 

MISSIONS CAMP 

Directors: Steve Harris, P. O. Box 2040, Fairview 28730 628-1188 

Girls' Camp Director: Libby Pierce, 20 Fieldcrest Road, Arden 28704 687-4472 

Edwina Messer, 1 17 Chapman Drive, Asheville 28805 298-6464 

Stacey Harris, 535 Dye Leaf Lane, Fairview 28703 628-4447 

Glenna Toney, 10 Rosscraggon Drive, Asheville 28803 687-7949 

Neal and Cheryl Brown, 410 Old Fort Road, Fairview 28730 777-271 1 

Brent and Natalie Carter, 22 Acorn Lane, Fletcher 28732 777-3027 

PARTNERSHIP MISSIONS 

Wayne Higgins, Team Leader, P. O. Box 1285, Weaverville 28787 645-4021 

Bobby Peek, 67 Joe Jenkins Road, Fairview 28730 628-1 1 1 8 

Gary Roberts, 8 Edna Roberts Road, Alexander 28701 645-7837 

Susie Black, 21 English Place, Candler 28715 665-1938 

Jamie Johnson, 3205 Idle Hour Drive, Asheville 28806 667-881 1 

Bud Dotson, 1075 Brush Creek Circle, Fairview 28730 628-1762 
Wayne Smith, 224 St. John's Street, Arden 28704 

EVANGELISM 

Clark Henderson, Team Leader, 199 Elkwood Avenue, Asheville 28804 254-7262 

Johnny Tiller, 5 Westwood Drive, Candler 28715 665-8085 

Lester Crayton, 166 Merchant Street, Asheville 28803 274-7329 

Chris Reese, P. O. Box 86, Fairview 28730 628-0012 

Roger Rearden, 661 Long Shoals Road, Arden 28704 684-7000 

Ricky Townsend, 50 Dix Creek Chapel Road, Asheville 28806 683-9976 

Steve Rayburn, 210 Blue Ridge Vista, Asheville 28805 505-0815 

Steve Conard, 402 Azalea Circle, Marshall 28753 242-71 16 

DISCIPLESHIP AND EDUCATION GROUP 

CHURCH HEALTH 

Terry Hollifield, 96 Snow Hill Church Road, Candler 28715 667-4053 

Scot Davis, P. O. Box 656, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-6461 

Neil Carter, 26 Emma's Grove Road, Fletcher 28732 628-1747 

Susie Black, 21 English Place, Candler 28715 665-1938 

Stephen Summers, 3 Crestview Court, Arden 28704 684-5352 

Ryland Whitehorn, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 

Tony Hooper, 926 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-9824 
Bryan Smith, 5 Retreat Place, Weaverville 28787 

Pam Wlson, 6 Weston Lane, Arden 28704 684-4222 

Vicky Jennings, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 



RATEAM 

Car Competition: Jimmy Hall, 227 Bent Creek Ranch Road, Asheville 28806 
Track Meet: Adam Black, 21 English Place, Candler 28715 

MEMBERSHIP AND FELLOWSHIP GROUP 



667-0946 
665-1938 



CHURCH PLANTING/MEMBERSHIP 

Steve Harris, 1417 Riverside Drive, Asheville 28804 
Nina Fisher, 1721 Old Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 
Ronnie Owen, 115 Anders Drive, Asheville 28806 
Elaine Hensley, 601 N. Fork Road, Barnardsville 28709 
Charlie Sams, 149 Starnes Cove Road, Asheville 28806 
Mike Anderson, 210 1 / 2 Governors View Road, Asheville 28805 
Sabas Amador, 55 Tahkieostie Trail, Asheville 28806 

RECREATION TEAM 

Gordon Wilson, 6 Weston Lane, Arden 28704 
Danny Farlow, 183 Canaan Drive, Candler 2871 5 
David Keith, 158 Starnes Cove Road, Asheville 28806 
Chad Eaton, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 
Adam Black, 21 English Place, Candler 28715 
John Davis, 12 Homewood Drive, Asheville 28803 

MINISTERS' CONFERENCE 

John Davis, 12 Homewood Drive, Asheville 28803 
Steve Conard, 402 Azalea Circle, Marshall 28753 
Wayne Adkisson, 718 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 
Jim Hooper. P. O. Box 28, Barnardsville 28709 
Frank Hopkins, P. O. 2154, Weaverville 28787 
Don Davis, 1 10 Olivette Road, Asheville 28804 

SENIOR ADULT 

Phyllis Smith, 1096 Sharon Ridge Road, Fairview 28730 
Jim Rickman, 126 Castlerock Drive, Asheville 28806 
Verna Fore, 70 Sunnyview Terrace, Asheville 28806 
Gordon Benton, 3 Jupiter Hills Road, Weaverville 28787 

HOSTESS: Etheline Branch, 203 Mountain View Road, Asheville 28805 
CHRISTIAN LIFE AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS CONSULTANT: Gail Hardin 

82 High Meadows Drive, Candler 2871 5 
LITERACY COORDINATOR: Jane Allison, 200 Tabernacle Road, #K-231 , 
Black Mountain 28711 



254-0040 
254-4973 
254-8393 
626-2203 
667-1193 
298-3698 
281-3332 



684-4222 
667-4419 
665-7406 
687-1111 
665-1938 
299-0206 



299-0206 
242-7116 
254-0841 
626-3930 
645-0124 
254-2766 



628-9783 
667-1819 
253-2248 
206-0261 

298-9759 

667-4899 
669-7034 



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PASTORS OF CHURCHES 
IN THE BUNCOMBE BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

1 . ANTIOCH: 9 Antioch Church Road, Weaverville 28787 

Steve Conard, 402 Azalea Circle, Marshall 28753 242-71 16 

2. ARDEN FIRST: 3839 Sweeten Creek Road, Arden 28704 684-6780 
Jeff Hudson, 3839 Sweeten Creek Road, Arden 28709 684-6780 

3. ASHEVILLE FIRST: 5 Oak Street, Asheville 28801 252-4781 
Guy B. Sayles, Jr., 5 Oak Street, Asheville 28801 252-4781 

4. BALD MOUNTAIN: 30 Bald Mountain Road, Black Mountain 2871 1 

Eddie Ellison, 22 Rida Drive, Hendersonville 28792 272-0352 

5. BARNARDSVILLE: P. O. Box 8, Barnardsville 28709 626-2610 
Jim Hooper, P. O. Box 28, Barnardsville 28709 626-3930 

6. BEAVERDAM: 399 Beaverdam Road, Asheville 28804 252-3403 

7. BENT CREEK: 1554 Brevard Road, Asheville 28806 667-9818 
Tommy Bridges, 1554 Brevard Road, Asheville 28806 667-9818 

8. BEREA: 2578 Riceville Road, Asheville 28805 298-2966 
Stan Willet, 24 Lazy Hollow Drive, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-7768 

9. BETHEL: 125 Ben Lippen Road, Asheville 28806 232-1510 
Mark L. Lewis, P. O. Box 1554, Leicester 28748 683-5036 

10. BEVERLY HILLS: 777 Tunnel Road, Asheville 28805 298-4623 
Billy King, 3 Kim's Court, Fairview 28730 628-4100 

1 1 . BILTMORE: 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 
Jim Henry (Interim), 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 

12. BLACK MOUNTAIN FIRST: P. O. Box 656, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-6461 
David Rayburn, 4 Ruth Street, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-4538 

13. BROWN'S CHAPEL: 22 Blackberry Inn Road, Weaverville 

Kenny Ray, 560 Aiken Road, Asheville 28804 645-3380 

14. BUCKEYE: 102 West Buckeye Road, Swannanoa 28778 298-0326 
Judson Rotan, P. O. Box 95, Ridgecrest 28770 669-0165 

15. CALVARY: 531 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-7301 
Dan Goodman, 531 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-7301 

16. CALVARY BAPTIST OF FAIRVIEW, P. O. Box 86, Fairview 28730 628-0012 
Chris Reese, 27 English Place, Candler 28715 667-9503 

17. CELEBRATION CHURCH: P. O. Box 2089, Weaverville 28787 645-4359 
Tom Lomax , 405 Pocono Court, Arden 28704 684-3237 

18. CHRISTIAN CREEK: 40 New Salem Road, Swannanoa 28778 

Robert Carter, 40 New Salem Road, Swannanoa 28778 296-0145 

1 9. CLEAR BRANCH: 2398 Highway #9, Black Mountain 2871 1 

William Oxendine, 2398 Highway #9, Black Mountain 2871 1 582-5390 

20. COMMUNITY BAPTIST: 103 Burton Street, Asheville 28806 

Fred Johnson, 322 Brooklyn Road, Asheville 28803 274-4512 

21. CORINTH: 195 Dix Creek #2, Leicester 28748 

Joel Burton, 15 Pleasant Ridge Drive, Asheville 28805 298-9398 

22. CUMBERLAND AVENUE: 1 1 9 Cumberland Ave., Asheville 28801 254-4203 
Earl Jones, P. O. Box 1503, Enka NC 28728 665-8536 

23. DEAVERVIEW: P. O. Box 61 12, Asheville 28816 252-1591 
Darryl Searcy, 81 Davidson Road, Asheville 28803 274-6737 



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24. ECCLESIA BAPTIST: P. O. Box 2365, Fairview 28730 

15 Spivey Lake Drive, Fairview 28730 
Mike Anderson, 210 1 /4 Governor's View Road, Asheville 28805 

25. EDGEWOOD: P. O. Box 2260, Candler 28715 

Louis Gibson, 30 Lower Glady Fork Road, Candler 28715 

26. ELK MOUNTAIN: 197 Elk Mountain Road, Asheville 28804 
Mike Woodard, 17 Collins Road, Marshall 28753 

27. EMMA: 520 N. Louisiana Avenue, Asheville 28806 
Richard Kinsland, 53 Grandview Road, Asheville 28806 

28. EMMA'S GROVE: P. O. Box 1786, Fairview 28730 
H. L. Wilson, 35 Oakley Road, Asheville 28803 

29. ENKA: P. O. Box 219, Enka 28728 

Ron Brown, 13 Forestdale Drive, Asheville 28803 

30. ERWIN HILLS: P. O. Box 6903, Asheville 28816 
Jonathan Stewart, 13 Brandywine Lane, Asheville 28805 

31 . FAIRVIEW: P. O. Box 1 339, Fairview 28730 
Todd Royal, 465 Hollywood Road, Fairview 28730 

32. FLAT CREEK: 21 Flat Creek Church Road, Weaverville 28787 
Barry Fisher, P. O. Box 2491, Weaverville 28787-2491 

33. FOUNTAIN OF LIFE FIRST HISPANIC BAPTIST CHURCH 

OFASHEVILE 

531 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 
Sabos Amador, 55 Tahkieostie Trail, Asheville 28806 

34. FREEDOM: 50 Rice Road, Asheville 28806 

Keith Hutchinson, 107 Whispering Hill Drive, Asheville 28804 

35. FRIENDSHIP: 240 Haywood Street, Asheville 28801 
Jerry Wilson, 242 Whitaker Road, Fairview 28730 

36. GASHES CREEK: 308 Gashes Creek Road, Asheville 28803 
Charles Sprouse, 111 Spring Mountain Road, Fairview 28730 

37. GLADY: 381 Reeves Cove Road, Candler 28715 
Charles Sprinkle, 381 Reeves Cove Road, Candler 28715 

38. GRACE: 718 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 
Wayne Adkisson, 116 Sun-Up Lane, Candler 2871 5 

39. GRACE AND KNOWLEDGE, 40 Vance Avenue, Black Mountain 2871 1 
Phil Dillingham, 32 Vance Avenue, Black Mountain 2871 1 

40. GRASSY BRANCH: P. O. Box 9862, Asheville 28815 
Ken Sausedo, 12 Pine Spring Drive, Asheville 28805 

41 . GROVE STONE: 1 568 Grove Stone Road, Black Mountain 2871 1 
Mike Plemmons, 3545 Butler Bridge Road, Fletcher 28732 

42. HOMINY: 1 35 Candler School Road, Candler 2871 5 
Joe Yelton, 42 Morgan Branch Estates, Candler 28715 

43. INANDA: 590 Brevard Road, Asheville 28806 
Terry House, 15 House Lane, Asheville 28806 

44. IVY CREEK: 21 Ivy Baptist Road, Weaverville 28787 
Joe Rice, 221 Wooten Cove Road, Weaverville 28787 

45. JUPITER: 750 Jupiter Road, Weaverville 28787 



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KERLEE: 208 Kerlee Heights Road, Black Mountain 2871 1 
Kenneth Rhinehart, P. O. Box 921, Clyde 28721 
LAKEWOOD: 807 Rhododendron Avenue, Black Mountain 2871 1 
Van Lawing, Interim, P. O. Box 217, Ridgecrest 28770 



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48. LAUREL SPRINGS: P. O. Box 1424, Fairview 28730 
Ed Robertson, 66 Ashlyn Lane, Tryon 28782 

49. LIBERTY: 875 Monte Vista Road, Candler 2871 5 
Todd Cole, 718 Justice Ridge Road, Candler 28715 

50. LONG SHOALS: 661 Long Shoals Road, Arden 28704 
Roger Rearden, 23 Avery's Creek Road, Arden 28704 

51 . MACEDONIA: 1468 Jenkins Valley Road, Alexander 28701 
Charles Phillips, 36 Overlook Road, Leicester 28748 

52. MAPLE RIDGE: P. O. Box 118, Candler 28715 
Steve Fox, 11 Lantern Trail, Candler 28715 

53. MERRIMON AVENUE: 283 Merrimon Avenue, Asheville 28801 
Jim Russell, 101 Windevere Court, Leicester 28748 

54. MILLS GAP: 370 Mills Gap Road, Asheville 28803 
John Davis, 12 Homewood Drive, Asheville 28803 

55. MISSIO DEI: 718 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 
Kurt Hannah, 119 Shadowbrook Drive, Asheville 28806 

56. MORGAN HILL: 594 Barnardsville Highway, Weaverville 28787 
Kevin Garner, P. O. B ox 1565, Canton 28716 

57. MORNINGSIDE: 14 Mineral Springs Road, Asheville 28805 
Joe Babb, Interim, 8 Summit Drive, Arden 28704 

58. MOSAIC CHURCH: 227 Hazel Mill Road, Asheville 28806 
Mark Houghton, 79 Marietta Street, Asheville 28803 

59. MOUNT CARMEL: 200 Mount Carmel Road, Asheville 28806 
Ronnie C. Owen, 1 15 Anders Drive, Asheville 28806 

60. MOUNT OLIVE: 64 Mount Olive Church Road, Asheville 28804 
Donald Penland, 78 Utopia Road, Asheville 28805 

61 . MOUNTAIN VIEW: 2221 North Fork Rd., Black Mountain 2871 1 
Kevin Bennett, 10 Asbury Place, Candler 28715 

62. NEW LIBERTY: 625 Olivette Road, Asheville 28804 
Garry Rogers, 520 Olivette Road, Asheville 28804 

63. NEW LIFE COMMUNITY CHURCH, 1417 Riverside Drive, Asheville 28804 
Steve Harris, 37 Mark Twain Road, Asheville 28805 

64. NEW MORGAN HILL: 370 Lake Drive, Candler 28715 
Roy Houston, 374 Lake Drive, Candler 2871 5 

65. NEW SALEM: P. O. Box 421, Skyland, NC 28776 
Roger Kuykendall, 12 Holcombe Dr. Asheville, NC 28806 

66. NEWBRIDGE: 199 Elkwood Avenue, Asheville 28804 
Clark Henderson, 197 Elkwood Avenue, Asheville 28804 

67. NEWFOUND: P. O. Box 6, Leicester 28748 
Mark A. Ball, 19 Westmont Road, Asheville 28806 

68. NORTH POINT: 119 Monticello Road, Weaverville 28787 
Gray Little, 58 Sage Drive, Weaverville 28787 

69. OAK GROVE: 1 552 Cane Creek Road, Fletcher 28732 
Tommy Wilkes, 16 Pressley Lane, Fairview 28730 

70. OAKLEY: 70 Fairview Avenue, Asheville 28803 

Tom Pierce, 42 Morning Mist Road, Fletcher 28732-8375 

71 . OTEEN: P. O. Box 9128, Asheville 28815 

Gayle Brown, Interim), 129 Cimarron Drive, Asheville 28803 

72. PINE BURR PARK: 389 Weaverville Highway, Asheville 28804 
Gary Haynes, 400 Fletcher Martin Road, Alexander 28701 



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73. PINE FOREST: P. O. Box 1722, Weaverville 28787 

74. PLEASANT HILL: 754 Aiken Road, Asheville 28804 658-3640 
Keith Watkins, 75 Gilbert Road, Leicester 28748 683-261 

75. POLE CREEK: 96 Snow Hill Church Road, Candler 2871 5 667-4053 
Dennis Thurman, 5 Owl Wood Drive, Candler 2871 5 665-01 74 

76. REED MEMORIAL: 756 Fairview Road, Asheville 28803 - 274-7639 
Randy Melton, 445 Chunn's Cove Road, Asheville 28805 250-9489 

77. REYNOLDS: 520 Rose Hill Road, Asheville 28803 299-4409 
Robert Smith, 1096 Sharon Ridge Road, Fairview 28730 628-9783 

78. RIDGECREST: P. O. Box 53, Ridgecrest 28770 669-7612 
Bob Blaylock, P. O. Box 603, Ridgecrest 28770 664-0199 

79. RIDGEWAY: 525 Old 19/23 Highway, Candler 28715 667-4442 
Jackie Collins, 525 Old 1 9/23 Highway, Candler 2871 5 667-9656 

80. RIVERSIDE: P. O. Box 8623, Asheville 28814 252-5634 
John Honeycutt, 5 Mountain Terrace, Asheville 28806 254-8734 

81. SAND HILL: P. O. Box 16853, Asheville 28816 253-1863 
Ricky McCarson, 10 Fox Haven Court, Candler 28715 665-8260 

82. SKYLAND: P. O. Box 278, Skyland 28776 684-7214 
David Honeycutt, 45 Meadowbrook Drive, Candler 28715 670-8207 

83. SOUTH ASHEVILLE: P. O. Box 15061 , Asheville 28813 274-1455 
Norris Wright, P. O. Box 477, Fairview 28730 

84. STARNES COVE: 149 Starnes Cove Road, Asheville 28806 667-1 193 
Charles C. Sams, 44 Paul Bridges Road, Alexander 28701 683-5881 

85. SULPHUR SPRINGS PARK: 12 Hi Alta Avenue, Asheville 28806 

86. SUNRISE: 419 Deaverview Road, Asheville 28806 253-2808 
Bill Higgins, 46 Hi Alta Avenue, Asheville 28806 253-3619 

87. SWANNANOA FIRST: P. O. Box 39, Swannanoa 28778 686-5123 
Stephen Raybum, 210 Blue Ridge Vista, Asheville 28805 505-0815 

88. TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: P. O. Box 2040, Fairview 28730 628-1 188 
Stephen Harris, P. O. Box 1427, Fairview 28730 628-3136 

89. TURKEY CREEK: P. O. Box 570, Leicester 28748 683-9133 
Ricky Townsend, 50 Dix Creek Chapel Road, Asheville 28806 683-9976 

90. VICTORY: 80 Olivette Road, Asheville 28804 253-8913 
James Lamb, Interim, 112 Harbin Drive, Swannanoa 28778 298-6419 

91 . WEAVERVILLE FIRST: P. O. Box 547, Weaverville 28787 645-6720 
James McCoy, Jr. P. O. Box 547, Weaverville 28787 645-6720 

92. WEST ASHEVILLE: 926 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-9824 
Stan Welch, 926 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-9824 

93. WESTWOOD: 150 Westwood Place, Asheville 28806 255-8999 
Greg Metcalf, 91 Medford Branch Road, Candler 28715 667-3795 

94. WHITE ROCK: P. O. Box 1277, Candler 28715 667-9700 

95. WILKEY: 3 Biggs Drive, Black Mountain 2871 1 

Gene Biggs, 3 Biggs Drive, Black Mountain 28711 669-9151 

96. WOODLAND HILLS, 50 Woodland Hills Road, Asheville 28804 658-2554 

97. ZION HILL: 1008 Newfound Road, Leicester 28748 683-4554 
Bobby Smith, 549 N. Turkey Creek Road, Leicester 28748 683-2714 



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NEW CHURCH STARTS: 

Blue Ridge Cowboy Church, 1301 Fanning Bridge Road, Fletcher 28732 

Louis Gibson, 30 Lower Glady Fork Road, Candler 28715 665-9294 

Iglesia Bautista Hispana, P. O. Box 1013, Weaverville 28787 

Marcos Diaz Vasquez, 1 B Windsor Drive, Weaverville 28787 658-8923 

Iglesia Bautista Ebenezer, 199 Elkwood Avenue, Asheville 28804 

Edmundo Soto, 1 99 Elkwood Avenue, Asheville 28804 337-8052 

New Life Hendersonville, c/o New Life Community Church 

1417 Riverside Drive, Asheville 28804 254-0040 

Rey Garcia, 1417 Riverside Drive, Asheville 28804 582-1701 

Biltmore Baptist Spanish Church, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 

Job Servin Birrueta, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 649-9717 

CHURCH STAFF IN BUNCOMBE BAPTIST CHURCHES 
(Full-time, part-time, and volunteer) 

MINISTERS OF MUSIC AND WORSHIP 

ANTIOCH: Melanie Barber, 85 Calloway Drive, Bamardsville 28709 626-3107 

ARDEN FIRST: Elaine Gregg, 3839 Sweeten Creek Road, Arden 28704 684-6780 

ASHEVILLE FBC: Clark Sorrells, 5 Oak Street, Ashesville 28801 252-4781 

BALD MOUNTAIN: Mike Steppe, 1080 N. Ridge Road, Hendersonville 28739 685-8641 

BARNARDSVILLE: Phoebe Currie, P. O. Box 152, Weaverville 28787 645-5858 

BEAVERDAM: Mike Robinson, 314 Browntown Road, Leicester 28748 683-4744 

BENT CREEK: Autumn Wright, 1 554 Brevard Road, Asheville 28806 667-981 8 

BEREA: Benny Autrey, 145 McFalls Road, Asheville 28805 298-1876 

BETHEL: Jim Parker, 1101 Camp Branch Road, Waynesville 28786 456-5203 

BEVERLY HILLS: Dennis Goodwin, 777 Tunnel Road, Asheville 28805 298-4623 

BILTMORE: Address and Telephone number for all staff will be: 

35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 

Carl Setterlind, Director of Music 

Karen Ramsey, Coordinator for the School of Music 

Doug Phillips, School of Music Director 

Becky Boyce, School of Music Instructor 

Martha Cogdill, School of Music Instructor 

David Gaines, Associate Pastor, Exalt Ministries 

Angela Gryder, Exalt Ministry Assistant 

Brigette Harrison, Exalt Ministry Assistant 

Cynthia Howe, Worship Coordinator 
BLACK MOUNTAIN FIRST: Ron Springs, P. O. Box 656, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-6461 

BROWN'S CHAPEL: R. J. McCombs, P. O. Box 544, Weaverville 28787-0544 
BUCKEYE: Myron Crowe, 514 Blue Ridge Road, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-6672 

CALVARY: Donald N. Welborn, 531 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-7301 

CALVARY OF FAIRVIEW: Brian Ponder, P. O. Box 86, Fairview 28730 628-0012 

CELEBRATION CHURCH: Chuck Lingelbach, 17 Clearbrook Road, Asheville 28805 

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CHRISTIAN CREEK: Kenneth Banks, 94 Dillingham Circle, Asheville 28805 298-3472 

CORINTH: Jerry Owens, 97 Mink Farm Road, Leicester 28748 683-1346 

CUMBERLAND AVENUE: Terry Miller, 131 Pisgah View Rd., Asheville 28806 667-1825 

ECCLESIA: Daniel Martin, 30 Thorn Ridge Road, Asheville 28803 299-8537 

EDGEWOOD: Lela Lindsey, 1897 Pisgah Highway, Candler 28715 667-3416 

EMMA'S GROVE: Claudia Harrison, 43 Robey Lane, Fletcher 28732 628-271 5 

ENKA: Beverly Hamilton, 15 Flowering Dogwood Drive, Candler 28715 665-7329 

ERWIN HILLS: Michael Ross, 101 Blossom Ridge, Leicester 28748 683-1944 

FAIRVIEW BAPTIST: Sandra Royal, 465 Hollywood Road, Fairview 28730 628-7072 

FLAT CREEK: Anthony Angel, 137 Mayberry Drive, Asheville 28804 253-0631 

FREEDOM: Robert Hollifield, 18 Alexis Drive, Leicester 28748 683-4252 

GASHES CREEK: Robby Treadway, 435 Emma's Grove Road, Fletcher 28732 628-4040 

GLADY: Albert Crowe, 580 Upper Glady Fork Road, Candler 2871 5 667-4320 

GRACE: Rick Ramsey, 15 Countryside Drive, Asheville 28806 236-9282 

GRASSY BRANCH: Robby Webb, 102 MacDougall Lane, Weaverville 28787 645-5780 

GROVE STONE: Crystal Kilgore, 5B Half Moon Drive, Swannanoa 28778 299-0396 

HOMINY: Kristen Dominquez, P.O. Box 1758, Candler 28715 665-8134 

INANDA: Sarah Ray, 269 Lower Christ School Road, Fletcher 28732 684-5428 

KERLEE: Ronnie Pressley, 21 Ruby Road, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-9283 

LAKEWOOD: Linda Roberts, 814 Cherokee Ave, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-6102 

LAUREL SPRINGS: Hardy Owenby, 809 Ridge Road, Asheville 28806 254-2972 

LIBERTY: Ken Singleton, P. O. Box 1475, Enka 28728 665-9664 

LONG SHOALS: Brenda Nybro, 21 West Haven Lane, Arden 28704 687-2782 

MACEDONIA, Teresa Boyer, 106 Old Newfound Road, Leicester 28748 683-2402 

MILLS GAP: Rebecca Davis, 12 Homewood Drive, Asheville 28803 299-0206 

MORGAN HILL: Don Garrison, 105 Ivy Hill Road, Weaverville 28787 645-9880 

MORNINGSIDE: Joyce Conner, 3 Kildare Place, Asheville 28806 254-2127 

MOUNT CARMEL: Mike Cribbs, 200 Mount Carmel Road, Asheville 28806 254-4688 

MOUNT OLIVE: Don Penland, 78 Utopia Road, Asheville 28805 252-3431 

NEW LIBERTY: Willis Henson, 103 Rhymer Road, Alexander 28701 683-2162 

NEW LIFE: Jane Holt, 1417 Riverside Drive, Asheville 28804 254-0040 

NEW MORGAN HILL: Joyce Blankenship, 583 Enka Lake Rd., Candler 28715 667-1640 

NEW SALEM: Betty Meece, 63 New Rockwood Road, Arden 28704 684-0412 

NEWBRIDGE: Brenda Pounders, 20 White Cedar Drive, Weaverville 28787 645-5835 

NEWFOUND: Bob Moon, P. O. Box 6, Leicester 28748 683-3178 

NORTH POINT: Bart Culpepper, 1 19 Monticello Road, Weaverville 28787 658-2226 

OAK GROVE: Ralph Parker, 5 Village Park Drive, Weaverville 28787 658-5185 

OAKLEY: Norma Carroll, P. O. Box 1562, Weaverville 28787 645-7410 

OTEEN: Lelia Moore, 4 Forest Lane, Asheville 28805 296-1632 

PINE BURR PARK: Kay Haynes, 400 Fletcher Martin Road, Alexander 28701 683-3316 

PLEASANT HILL: James Rice, 22 Rice Meadows, Asheville 28804 645-6536 

POLE CREEK: Connie Weeks, 96 Snow Hill Church Road, Candler 2871 5 667-4053 

REED MEMORIAL: Tara Lewis, 94 Briggs Drive, Candler 2871 5 667-031 7 

REYNOLDS: Mandy Knox, 1079 Sharon Ridge Road, Fairview 28730 628-9629 

RIDGECREST: Roy Bridell, P. O. Box 212, Ridgecrest 28770 669-2256 

RIDGEWAY: Scott Sprinkle, 68 Timberwood Lane, Clyde 28721 627-0999 

RIVERSIDE: Sonya Honeycutt, 5 Mountain Terrace, Asheville 28806 254-8734 

SKYLAND: Patricia Honeycutt, P. O. Box 278, Skyland 28776 684-7214 

SOUTH ASHEVILLE: Cathy Pressley, 75 Old Lime Kiln Road, Arden 28704 684-7182 

STARNES COVE: Billy M. Woody, 396 Liberty Road, Candler 28715 667-9558 

SUNRISE: Jerry Frady, 194 Morgan Cove Road, Candler 28715 667-1853 



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SWANNANOA FIRST: Dan Snyder, P. O. Box 39, Swannanoa 28778 686-5123 

TURKEY CREEK: Terry Ponder, 44 Olympic Drive, Leicester 28748 683-1245 

VICTORY: Don Davis, 110 Olivette Road, Asheville 28804 254-2766 

WEAVERVILLE: Jane McCoy, P. O. Box 547, Weaverville 28787 645-6720 

WEST ASHEVILLE: Judd Hollifield, 926 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-9824 

WESTWOOD: Steve Oxner, 1 50 Westwood Place, Asheville 28806 255-8999 
WILKEY: Yvonne Banks, 951 Old Fort Road, Fairview 28730 

WOODLAND HILLS: John Setterlind, 50 Woodland Hills Road, Asheville 28804 658-2554 

ZION HILL: Karen Sams, 292 Potato Branch Road, Leicester 28748 683-4389 

ASSOCIATE PASTORS 

BENT CREEK: Sam Bennett, 1554 Brevard Road, Asheville 28806 667-9818 

BEREA: Tim Earwood, 61 Hickory Tree Road, Asheville 28805 299-7092 

BILTMORE: Address and telephone number for all staff will be: 

35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 

Sam McLamb, Pastor to Single Adults 

Bill Cleminson, Pastor to Married Adults 

Dr. Ian Walker, Pastor to Senior Adults 

Tim Brady, Pastor to College & Young Singles 

Carl Toth, Pastor of Ministry Development 

Dr. Richard Eley, Pastor of H.O.P.E. Network, 

Steve Cassell, Pastor or H.O.P.E. Network 

Chad Eaton, Pastor of Sports Outreach Ministry, 

David Gaines, Assoc. Pastor of Exalt Ministries 

Kent Withington, Chaplain 
CELEBRATION CHURCH: Al Harrell, 69 Alexander Road, Weaverville 28787 645-5663 

CORINTH: Matt Dunn, 34 Raspberry Ridge Road, Leicester 28748 776-6626 

FREEDOM: Everette Haney, 160 O'Donald Road, Asheville 28806 683-1 144 

MERRIMON AVENUE: Larry Basinger, 283 Merrimon Ave., Asheville 28801 252-2768 

MILLS GAP: Keith Knighten, 1 12 Saddlewood Lane, Arden 28704 712-0448 

NEW LIFE: Mark Carlson, 1417 Riverside Drive, Asheville 28804 254-0040 

POLE CREEK: Terry Hollifield, 96 Snow Hill Church Road, Candler 28715 667-4053 

RIDGEWAY: Scott Sprinkle, 68 Timberwood Lane, Clyde 28721 627-0999 

SKYLAND: John Cook, P. O, .Box 278, Skyland 28776 684-7214 

TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: Stacey Hams, 535 Dye Leaf Road, Fairview 28730 628-4447 

TURKEY CREEK: Jeremy Hyatt, 1085 Alexander Road, Leicester 28748 683-9683 

WOODLAND HILLS: William Newton, III, 1 12 Robinhood Road, Asheville 28804 658-2554 

Dick Helming, 224 Spring Drive, Mars Hill 28754 658-2554 

MINISTERS OF MISSION 

BILTMORE: Mike McKee, Pastor Evangelism & Missions, 35 Clayton Road, 687-1 1 1 1 

Arden 28704 

ECCLESIA: David McDowell, 33 Sharon Drive, Fairview 28730 628-3631 

NEWBRIDGE: Charles Alonso, P.O. Box 132, Spruce Pine 28777 765-1066 

NORTH POINT: Johnny Byrd, 119 Monticello Road, Weaverville 28787 658-2226 



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MINISTERS OF EDUCATION 

ARDEN FIRST: Jeff Porter, 3839 Sweeten Creek Road, Arden 28704 684-6780 

ASHEVILLE FBC: Tom Bratton, Jr., 5 Oak Street, Asheville 28801 252-4781 

BILTMORE: Ryland Whitehorn, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 

CELEBRATION CHURCH: Al Harrell, 69 Alexander Road, Weaverville 28787 645-5663 

EMMA'S GROVE: Cathe Burleson, P. O. Box 541 , Arden 28704 684-6837 

MERRIMON AVENUE: Larry Basinger, 283 Merrimon Avenue, Asheville 28801 252-2768 
MOUNTAIN VIEW: Foster Massey, 886 Buckeye Access Road, Swannanoa 28778 299-01 12 

NORTH POINT: Bryan Smith, 119 Monticello Road, Weaverville 28787 658-2226 

POLE CREEK: Terry Hollifield, 96 Snow Hill Church Road, Candler 2871 5 667-4053 

SKYLAND: Doris Galyean, P.O. Box 278, Skyland 28776 684-7214 

SWANNANOA FBC: Karen Bonds, P. O. Box 39, Swannanoa 28778 686-5123 

MINISTERS OF YOUTH/STUDENTS 

ANTIOCH: Mark Banks, 208 Hamburg Mountain Road, Weaverville 28787 215-6217 

ARDEN FIRST: Jeff Porter, 3839 Sweeten Creek Road, Arden 28704 684-6780 

ASHEVILLE FBC: Rob Dobyns, Jr., 5 Oak Street, Asheville 28801 252-4781 

BEAVERDAM: Sandra Hester, 30 Valley Drive, Weaverville 28787 658-9549 

BENT CREEK: Steve Linhart, 1554 Brevard Road, Asheville 28806 667-9818 

BEREA: Tim Earwood, 61 Hickory Tree Rd., Asheville 28805 299-7092 

BETHEL: Melanie Snelson, 18 Plantation Drive, Asheville 28806 225-0549 

BEVERLY HILLS: Brian Lee, 777 Tunnel Road, Asheville 28805 298-4623 

BILTMORE: Ashley Evans, Middle School, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 

John Mark Harrison, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 

BLACK MOUNTAIN FIRST: Scot Davis, P.O. Box 656, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-6461 

CALVARY: Stuart Greene, 531 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-7301 

CELEBRATION CHURCH: Daniel Reese, 38 Teaberry Lane, Weaverville 28787 231-1764 

CHRISTIAN CREEK: Tresa Carter, 40 New Salem Road, Swannanoa 28778 296-0145 

CORINTH: Matt Dunn, 34 Raspberry Ridge Road, Leicester 28748 776-6626 

CUMBERLAND AVENUE: Creola Smith, 28 Knob Hill Road, Asheville 28806 667-1 51 9 

DEAVERVIEW: Donna Drake, 959 Newfound Road, Leicester 28748 683-2762 

ECCLESIA: Andrew Burnette, 35 Old Fort Road, Fairview 28730 691-1252 

EMMA: Scott & Cindy Ireland, 149 Old Leicester Hwy., Asheville 28804 253-1690 

EMMA'S GROVE: Tim Sanders, 407 Emma's Grove Road, Fletcher 28732 628-0456 

ERWIN HILLS: Yvonne Ross, 101 Blossom Ridge, Leicester 28748 683-1944 

FAIRVIEW: John Parker, 1900 Kensington Place, Apt. C, Asheville 28803 243-7517 

FRIENDSHIP: Sandra Ingle, 10 Shadowlawn Drive, Asheville 28806 285-9846 

GLADY: Ronnie Taylor, 723 Enka Lake Road, Candler 28715 667-81 19 

GRACE: Donna Kellis, 29 Hamburg Mountain Rd., Weaverville 28787 658-0472 

GRASSY BRANCH: Jason Rice, 940 Christian Creek Rd., Swannanoa 28778 298-1877 

GROVESTONE: Crystal Kilgore, 5B Half Moon Drive, Swannanoa, 28778 299-0396 

INANDA: Jason Wood, 830 Hutch Mountain Road, Fletcher 28732 684-6766 

LAKEWOOD: Katie Pullium, 807 Rhododendron Ave., Black Mountain 28711 669-5110 

LIBERTY: Jerry Gilliam, 82 Ridge Road, Candler 28715 775-1267 

MACEDONIA: Duke Seager, 1 1 Hawkins Drive, Leicester 28748 683-3137 

MERRIMON AVENUE: Larry Basinger, 283 Merrimon Avenue, Asheville 28801 252-2768 

MORGAN HILL: Don Garrison, 105 Ivey Hill Road, Weaverville 28787 345-9880 

MOUNT CARMEL: Teddy Winter, 200 Mount Carmel Road, Asheville 28806 254-4688 
MOUNTAIN VIEW: Joe Johnston, 88 Prospector's Trail, Black Mountain 2871 1 

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NEW LIFE COMMUNITY: Ted Stump, 1417 Riverside Drive, Asheville 28804 254-0040 

NEW MORGAN HILL: Tim Atkinson, 370 Lake Drive, Candler 2871 5 667-431 3 

NEWBRIDGE: Allen & Brenda Pounders, 20 White Cedar Dr, Weaverville 28787 645-5835 

NEWFOUND: Charles Cole, P.O. Box 6, Leicester 28748 683-3178 

OAKLEY: Robby Moore, 6 New Home Road, Marshall 28753 683-4879 

OTEEN: Jimmy Tambini, 4 Forest Lane, Asheville 28805 296-1632 

PLEASANT HILL: Will Hyatt, 607 Clark's Chapel Road, Weaverville 28787 658-0086 

POLE CREEK: Aaron Burgner, 58 Tipton Farm Road, Candler 28715 670-7246 

REED MEMORIAL: Peter McDonald, 756 Fairview Road, Asheville 28803 274-7639 

REYNOLDS: Brad Knox, 1079 Sharon Ridge Road, Fairview 28730 628-3629 

RIDGEWAY: John Alexander, 56 Hi Alta Avenue, Asheville 28806 255-8884 

RIVERSIDE: Patrick Hanrahan, 307 Green Vale Court, Leicester 28748 683-3148 

SKYLAND: Robert Ponder, 45 Ivy Cove Road, Fairview 28730 628-0223 

STARNES COVE: Brent Merrell, 1054 Scruggs Circle, Canton 28716 235-1704 

SUNRISE: Keith Acker, 215 Glenn Bridge Road, Arden 28704 713-5805 

SWANNANOA FIRST: Karen Bonds, P. O. Box 39, Swannanoa 28778 686-5123 

TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: Adam Guice, 6 Wilson Lane, Fletcher 28732 628-1 188 

TURKEY CREEK: Bert Rager, P. O. Box 1747, Leicester 28748 683-4332 

VICTORY: Donald Davis, 110 Olivette Road, Asheville 28804 254-2766 

WEST ASHEVILLE: Tony Hooper, 926 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-9824 

WHITE ROCK: John Parker, P. O. Box 2302, Fairview 28730 627-9573 

WOODLAND HILLS: Scott Reece, 18 Whitehall Drive, Weaverville 28787 658-2554 

ZION HILL: Susan Holt, P. O. Box 472, Leicester 28748 683-4413 

MINISTERS OF CHILDREN 

ANTIOCH: Donna Banks, 208 Hamburg Mountain Road, Weaverville 28787 215-6217 

BEAVERDAM: Lorraine Reinhardt, 22 Meadowview Road, Asheville 28804 253-0342 

BENT CREEK: Renee' Jenkins, 1554 Brevard Road, Asheville 28806 667-9818 

BEREA: Becky Reed, 11 Delia Ree Lane, Swannanoa 28778 298-2459 

BETHEL: Connie Lewis, P. O. Box 1554, Leicester 28748 683-5036 

BEVERLY HILLS: Marilyn Greene, 16 Lovers Loop, Asheville 28803 298-1093 

BILTMORE: Bill Keel, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 

Carla Humberg, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 

Tere Tritt, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 

BLACK MOUNTAIN FIRST: Scot Davis, P.O. Box 656, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-6461 

CALVARY: Elmer Perry, 531 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-7301 

CALVARY OF FAIRVIEW: Jill Ponder, P. O. Box 86, Fairview 28730 628-1 727 

CELEBRATION CHURCH: Carrie Martin, 36 Mundy Cove, Weaverville 28787 645-6237 

CHRISTIAN CREEK: Jean Sawyer, 51 1 Christian Creek Road, Swannanoa 28778 298-7494 

CORINTH: Sharolyn Curenton, 94 Skyland Circle, Asheville 28804 251-2607 

CUMBERLAND: Terry Miller, 131 Pisgah View Road, Asheville 28806 667-1825 

ECCLESIA: Karen Doucette, 48 Bradford Vista, Fletcher 28732 628-1945 

EDGEWOOD: Pam Goodson, P. O. Box 92, Candler 28715 665-91 1 1 

ELK MOUNTAIN: Elizabeth Emery, 223 Seay Road, Candler 28715 670-1593 

EMMA: Evelyn Fouts, 86 Skyview Drive, Waynesville 28786 456-7293 

FAIRVIEW: Niki Flannigan, 214 Garren Creek Road, Fairview 28730 628-3025 

FLAT CREEK: Kris Pack, 10 Donna Lane, Alexander 28701 645-5774 
FRIENDSHIP: Shannon Birmingham, 240 Haywood Street, Asheville 28801 

GRACE: Kathy Burns, 1 Pisgah View Road, Asheville 28806 253-3131 

INANDA: Betty Jo Pressley, 918 Sand Hill Road, Asheville 28806 667-8164 



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MERRIMON AVENUE: Carole Ramsey, 283 Merrimon Avenue, Asheville 28801 252-2768 

MORGAN HILL: Amy Garrison, 105 Ivy Hill Road, Weaverville 28787 645-9880 

MOUNT CARMEL: Bridget King, P. O. Box 1139, Leicester 28748 683-0416 

MOUNTAIN VIEW: Joseph Johnston, 88 Prospectors Trail, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-9456 

NEW LIFE COMMUNITY: Heather Pott, 1417 Riverside Dr., Asheville 28804 254-0040 

NEW MORGAN HILL: Debra Kilby, 30 Oakwood Road, Candler 28715 665-7606 

NEWBRIDGE: Pam Greene, 53 Pelzer Street, Asheville 28804 254-1 527 

NEWFOUND: Millie Stubbs, 5 Wondu View Court, Asheville 28806 505-0845 

NORTH POINT: Forrest Shehann, 119 Monticello Road, Weaverville 28787 658-2226 

OAKLEY: Susan Kittel, 1 80 Windover Drive, Fletcher 28732 890-4324 

PINE BURR PARK: Kay Haynes, 400 Fletcher Martin Rd., Alexander 28701 683-3316 

POLE CREEK: Kim Jenkins, 151 Prevost Street, Waynesville 28786 456-3929 

REYNOLDS: Phyllis Smith, 1096 Sharon Ridge Road, Fairview 28730 628-9783 

RIDGEWAY: Trisha Bond, P. O. Box 16694, Asheville 28816 665-7119 

RIVERSIDE: Stephanie Honeycutt, 18 Oakmont Terrace, Asheville 28806 253-4659 

SKYLAND: Sherri Poteet, P. O. Box 278, Skyland 28776 684-7214 

SOUTH ASHEVILLE: Laura Rice, 342 White Pine Drive, Fletcher 28732 684-1 561 

STARNES Cove: Monica Merrell, 149 Stames Cove Road, Asheville 28806 667-1 193 
SUNRISE: David Brookshire, 25 Cedar Hill Road, Asheville 28806 

SWANNANOA FBC: Karen Bonds, P. O. Box 39, Swannanoa 28778" 686-5123 

TRINITY AT FAIRVIEW: Jesse Looney, 38 Mountainberry Lane, Fairview 28730 628-0578 

TURKEY CREEK: Rachel Hyatt, 1085 Alexander Road, Leicester 28748 683-9683 
VICTORY: Amy Myers, 48 Gosnell Road, Asheville 28804 

WEST ASHEVILLE: Kelly Tathum, 926 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-9826 

WHITE ROCK: Jeff Hall, 20 Lower Glady Road, Candler 2871 5 667-4933 

WOODLAND HILLS: Sherry Campbell, 19 Clifton Place, Asheville 28804 658-1622 

ZION HILL: Lora Morgan, 264 Morgan Branch Road, Leicester 28748 683-0856 

MINISTERS OF PRESCHOOL 

ANTIOCH: Donna Banks, 208 Hamburg Mountain Road, Weaverville 28787 215-6217 

BETHEL: Connie Lewis, P. O. Box 1554, Leicester 28748 683-5036 

BEVERLY HILLS: Avalene Lewis, 34 Haw Creek Circle, Asheville 28805 298-0214 

BILTMORE: Vicki Jennings, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 

Carla Griffin, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 

CELEBRATION CHURCH: Kathy Harrell, 69 Alexander Road, Weaverville 28787 645-5663 

CHRISTIAN CREEK: Jean Sawyer, 51 1 Christian Creek Road, Swannanoa 28778 298-7494 

CORINTH: Faye Owens, 97 Mink Farm Road, Leicester 28748 683-1 346 

CUMBERLAND: Terry Miller, 131 Pisgah View Road, Asheville 28803 667-1825 

DEAVERVIEW: Donna Brown, 1 1 Sweetbriar Court, Asheville 28803 274-5184 

EDGEWOOD: Rhonda Bugbee, 19 Stanley Drive, Candler 2871 5 665-9111 

EMMA: Helen Marlowe, 445 Upper Brush Creek Road, Fletcher 28732 628-2076 

EMMA'S GROVE: Cathe Burleson, P. O. Box 1786, Fairview 28730 684-6837 

FAIRVIEW: Niki Flannigan, 214 Garren Creek Road, Fairview 28730 628-3025 

FLAT CREEK: Elaine Blanton, P. O. Box 752, Weaverville 28787 645-7910 

FRIENDSHIP: Debbie Piercy, 194 Gravely Branch Road, Fletcher 28732 628-1833 

GLADY: Barbara Whiteside, 159 Lower Glady Fork Road, Candler 28715 667-2375 

GRASSY BRANCH: Suzie Merrell, 76 Emma's Grove Rd., Fletcher 28732 628-1567 

INANDA: Grace Fathke, 12 Greenvale Drive, Leicester 28748 683-9746 

LONG SHOALS: Mary Lou Warrick, 76 Ball Gap Road, Arden 28704 684-7922 

MERRIMON AVENUE: Carole Ramsey, 283 Merrimon Avenue, Asheville 28801 252-2768 

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MORGAN HILL: Donna Bumette, 876 Barnardsville Hwy., Weaverville 28787 626-2202 

MORNINGSIDE: Janice Worley, 34 Cassada Road, Marshall 28753 683-0847 
MOUNT CARMEL: Maxine Hodges, 440 Sandy Mush Creek Road, Leicester 28748 683-1674 

NEW LIFE COMMUNITY: Heather Pott, 1417 Riverside Drive, Asheville 28804 254-0040 
NEW MORGAN HILL: Lisa Laney, 91 Audria Drive, Candler 28715 

NEWFOUND: Pat Jackson, 1 1 8 Old NC Hwy 63, Leicester 28748 683-2777 

NORTH POINT: Brandy Barnwell, 1 1 9 Monticello Road, Weaverville 28787 658-2226 

OAKLEY: Lisa Sulkowski, 8 Waterford Court, Asheville 28806 252-0433 

POLE CREEK: Kim Jenkins, 151 Prevost Street, Waynesville 28786 456-3929 

REED MEMORIAL: Tom Miller, 756 Fairview Road, Asheville 28803 628-2294 

RIDGEWAY: Carolyn Wilson, 50 Indian Trail Road, Candler 28715 667-3086 

RIVERSIDE: Stephanie Honeycutt, 18 Oakmont Terrace, Asheville 28806 253-4659 

SKYLAND: Sherri Poteet, P. O. Box 278, Skyland 28776 684-7214 

STARNES COVE: Mary Ann Riggins, 94 English Drive, Candler 28715 667-3646 

SWANNANOA: Karen Bonds, P. O. Box 39, Swannanoa 28778 686-5123 

TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: Sandra Harris, P. O. Box 1427, Fairview 28730 628-3136 

VICTORY: Judy Herron, 139 Lee's Creek Road, Asheville 28806 252-2468 

WEAVERVILLE FIRST: Claire Rector, P. O. Box 1407, Weaverville 28787 645-6596 

WEST ASHEVILLE: Kelly Tathum, 926 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-9824 

WOODLAND HILLS: Sherry Campbell, 19 Clifton Place, Asheville 28804 658-1622 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATORS 



BILTMORE: Ron Setran, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 

DeeAnne Lancaster (Accounting and Development) 35 Clayton Road, 

Arden 28704 
CALVARY: Lennie Thornton, 531 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 
GRACE: Rick Ramsey, 718 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 
MOUNTAIN VIEW: Tonya Andrews, 2221 North Fork-Right Fork Road 

Black Mountain 28711 
NEWBRIDGE: Allen Pounders, 20 White Cedar Drive, Weaverville 28787 
WEST ASHEVILLE: Darren Browning, 926 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 
WOODLAND HILLS: Bill Newton, 112 Robinhood Road, Asheville 28804 



687-1111 
687-1111 

253-7301 
254-0841 
669-9456 

645-5835 
253-9824 
713-1804 



ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANTS/SECRETARIES 



ANTIOCH: Donna Banks, 208 Hamburg Mountain Road, Weaverville 28787 
ARDEN FIRST: Barbara Barrier, 3839 Sweeten Creek Road, Arden 28704 

Teresa Lackey, 3839 Sweeten Creek Road, Arden 28704 
BEAVERDAM: Sylvania Deweese, 10 Upland Road, Asheville 28804 
BENT CREEK: Inez Whiteside, 1554 Brevard Rd, Asheville 28806 
BEREA: Margaret Newman, 217 Gap Creek Road, Fletcher 28732 
BEVERLY HILLS: Nancy Ingle, 777 Tunnel Road, Asheville 28805 
BILTMORE: Address and telephone number for all staff will be: 
35 Clayton Road Arden 28704 

Amy Silvers 

Angela Gryder 

Sheri Johnson 

Shelby Hawkins 

Sheila Austin 

Gayle Donaldson 



215-6217 
684-6780 
684-6780 
253-2946 
667-9818 
626-2911 
298-4623 

687-1111 



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Trina Lane 

JoAnne Lord 

Ouida Ray 

Sue Bailey 

Jane McConnell 

Mary Brookshire 

Nellie Brevard 

Kate Williamson 

Christine Maloney 

Cynthia Cook 

Samantha Carnahan 

Cathy Peek 

Sandy Gaines 

Ellyn Montgomery 

Judy Hollis 

Joyce Baldwin 

OTHER STAFF: 

Carrie Holmes, Office Manager 

George Renfro, Chief Financial Officer 

Bobbie Thorpe, Asst. to CFO and Director of Development & Major Projects 

DeeAnne Lancaster, Director of Accounting 

Beverly Pressley, Accounting Assistant 

Lisa Baity, Accounting Assistant 

Lance Mericle, Director of Graphic Design 

Stacey Chacon, Graphic Designer 

Melissa Cole, Graphic Designer 

Debbie Hrncir, Director of Human Resources/Hospitality 

Keith Einsman, Director of Operations 

Mike Jennings, Operations Assistant 

Carol Van Dyke, Operations Assistant 

Trevor Bingham, Operations Assistant 

Stephen Joy, Operations Assistant 

Doug Metcalf, Operations Assistant 

Steve Long, Operations Assistant 

Byron Davis, Operations Assistant 

Grigoriy Shevchenko, Operations Assistant 

Bill Schumacher, Facilities Manager 

Elaine Elliott, Hostess, Cafe 

Galina Gregory, Hostess, CAfe 

Bill Gryder, Kitchen Manager 

Tonya Shipman, Line Cook, Cafe 

Tony Blake, Line Cook, Cafe 

Don Ownbey, Cashier, Cafe 

Brandon Rice, Steward, Cafe 

Connie Bailey, Server, Cafe 

Danielle Biltonen, Server, Cafe 

Kathy Sprouse-Jones, Server Cafe 

Dottie Setran, Bookstore Manager 

Joann Ownbey, Bookstore Associate 

Pat Johnson, Bookstore Associate 

Kelly Williams, Director of Ministry Placement 



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Dave Duncan, Technical Director 

Ben Lunsford, Technical Specialist-Video 

Dawn Keel, Staffing Strategist 

Eric Alexander, Technical Support Specialist 

Wesley Jones, IT Manager 

Scott Phillips, IT Intern 

JayAlvaro, Director of H.O. P. E. Network 

Jane Prevost, H.O.P.E. Network Counselor 

Kevin Wimbish, H.O.P.E. Network Counselor 

Kim Turner, H.O.P.E. Network Assistant 

Sheila Austin, H.O.P.E. Network Assistant 

Kendra Cathey, Program Event Coordinator 

Marilyn Bennett, Sports Outreach PLACE Assistant 

Wayne Clark, Director of Church Development and Major Projects 

Diane Smith, Media Center Assistant 

Trina Smith, Home School Director 

Cecelia Gilliam, Missionary Care Coordinator 

Carolyn Fugua, Prayer Ministry Coordinator 

Jesse Wilson, Recording Technician 
BLACK MOUNTAIN FIRST: Martha Moore, P. O. Box 656, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-6461 

Becky Swann, P.O. Box 656, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-6461 

CALVARY: Susan Wolfe Wait, 531 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-7301 

CALVARY OF FAIRVIEW: Kathy Thorpe, P. O. Box 86, Fairview 28730 628-0012 

CELEBRATION CHURCH: Summer Reese, 38 Teaberry Lane, Weaverville 28787 768-6302 

CHRISTIAN CREEK: Ina B. Owenby, 20 Larry James Drive, Asheville 28805 298-1851 

EMMA: Neline Davis, 11 Brickyard Drive, Asheville 28806 252-4969 

EMMA'S GROVE: Tina Droddy, P. O. Box 1343, Fletcher 28732 687-4034 

ENKA: Carolyn Norvell, P. O. Box 627, Enka 28728-0627 667-2410 

FAIRVIEW: Patty Rhodes, P. O. Box 219, Fairview 28730 628-2908 

FLAT CREEK: Mildred Ray, 35 Flat Creek Church Road, Weaverville 28787 658-8926 

FREEDOM: Linda Silvers, 28 Pennsylvania Ave., Asheville 28806 252-1085 

FRIENDSHIP: Debbie Piercy, 194 Gravely Branch Road, Fletcher 28732 628-1833 

GLADY: Mary J. Woods, P. O. Box 531 , Enka 28728 667-3806 

Frances Warren, 15 Glady Knoll, Candler 28715 667-0200 

GRACE: Barbara Kanipe, 5 Belleair Road, Asheville 28806 254-0841 

GRASSY BRANCH: Carol Manley, 35 Mallard Drive, Asheville 28806 255-0747 

GROVE STONE: Joan Barnwell, 203 Richmond Avenue, Swannanoa 28778 686-3718 

HOMINY: Melissa Hughes, 214 Arrowhead Lane, Asheville 28806 683-1836 

INANDA: Juanita Webb, P. O. Box 1141, Weaverville 28787 658-0361 

Jennie Price, 20 Stroud Valley Road, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-5788 

LAKEWOOD: Katie Pullium, 807 Rhododendron Ave., Black Mountain 2871 1 669-21 10 

LAUREL SPRINGS: Susan Stills, P. O. Box 576, Fairview 28730 628-2407 

LIBERTY: Barbara Raby, 875 Monte Vista Road, Candler 28715 667-8100 

LONG SHOALS: Jenny Buchanan, 67 Young's Gap Road, Fletcher 28732 687-1584 

MACEDONIA: Karen Harwood, 1075 Jenkins Valley, Alexander 28701 683-1762 

MERRIMON: Marilyn Howell, 283 Merrimon Avenue, Asheville 28801 252-2768 

Lynnette Johnson, 283 Merrimon Avenue, Asheville 28801 252-2768 

Pat Carnahan, 283 Merrimon Avenue, Asheville 28801 252-2768 

MILLS GAP: Shirley Carter, 240 Yellowstone Drive, Fletcher 28732 684-3859 

MORGAN HILL: Gladys Buckner, 110 High Point Road, Weaverville 28787 626-3197 



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MORNINGSIDE: Angela Stubblefield, 14 Mineral Springs Rd. Asheville 28805 255-8245 

MOUNT CARMEL: Ruth Hackett, 200 Mount Carmel Road, Asheville 28806 254-4688 

Sharon Miller, 533 Old Fort Road, Fairview 28730 254-4688 

MOUNT OLIVE: Jean Penland, 78 Utopia Road, Asheville 28805 252-3431 

MOUNTAIN VIEW: Carson Gasperson, 2221 North Fork-Right Fork Road 669-9456 

Black Mountain 28711 

NEW LIFE: Sheryl Shaft, 1417 Riverside Drive, Asheville 28804 254-0040 

NEW MORGAN HILL: June Dockery, 370 Lake Drive, Candler 28715 667-4313 

NEW SALEM: Sue Webb, 25 Brittain Park Drive, Arden 28704 684-7303 

NEWBRIDGE: Ann Rogers, 28 Washington Avenue, Asheville 28804 253-1257 

NEWFOUND: Linda Plemmons, P. O. Box 6, Leicester 28748 683-3178 

OAK GROVE: Gail Austin, 66 Fox Branch Road, Fairview 28730 628-2364 

OAKLEY:Christie Rhom, 113 Upper Grassy Branch Road, Asheville 28805 298-6278 

PINE BURR PARK: Tracey Metcalf, 1 Clarendon Avenue, Asheville 28804 658-9403 

POLE CREEK: Sharon Brown, 1 1 1 Indian Branch Road, Candler 2871 5 337-3828 

Sandi Sprinkle, 33q2 Hooker's Gap Road, Candler 28715 667-4053 

REED MEMORIAL: Debbie DeBruhl, 756 Fairview Road, Asheville 28803 274-7639 

RIDGECREST: Eleanor Bridell, P. O. Box 212, Ridgecrest 28770 669-2256 

RIDGEWAY: Barbara Surrett, 242 George's Branch Road, Candler 28715 667-8185 

RIVERSIDE: Georgia Miller, 208 Gashes Creek Road, Asheville 28803 298-2150 

SKYLAND: Sherri Poteet, P. O. Box 278, Skyland 28776 684-7214 

SOUTH ASHEVILLE: Edith Silver, 62 Bellevue Road, Asheville 28803 274-1390 

Helen White, 23 Chipping Green Drive, Arden 28704 684-3488 

STARNES COVE: Linda Smith, 149 Starnes Cove Road, Asheville 28806 667-1 193 

Monica Merrell, 149 Starnes Cove Road, Asheville 28806 667-1 193 

SWANNANOA FIRST: Pat Wilson, P. O. Box 39, Swannanoa 28778 686-5123 

TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: Stephanie Sluder, 320 Emma's Grove Road, 628-1 188 
Fletcher 28732 

Trudy Lilly, 939 Hutch Mountain Road, Fletcher 28732 628-1 188 

VICTORY: Polly Jarvis, 5 Macedonia Drive, Asheville 28804 254-8405 

WEAVERVILLE FIRST: Joy Sprinkle, P. O. Box 547, Weaverville 28787 645-6720 

WEST ASHEVILLE: Dora Neighbors, 926 Haywood Rd., Asheville 28806 253-9824 

Wanda Fisher, 926 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-9824 

Sandra Herron, 926 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-9824 

WESTWOOD: Cassandra Smith, 150 Westwood Place, Asheville 28806 255-8999 

WHITE ROCK: Yvonne Rhodes, 129 Chestnut Creek Road, Candler 28715 667-8084 

WOODLAND HILLS: Pam Brock, 45 Applecross Road, Weaverville 28787 658-2554 

Diann Roberts, 1059 Jupiter Road, Weaverville 28787 658-2554 

Janet Menard, 1449 Beech Glen Road, Mars Hill 28754 658-2554 

ORDAINED MINISTERS IN BUNCOMBE BAPTIST CHURCHES 

(Not pastors) 

ARDEN FIRST: Dr. Steve Spangler (I), 23 Rhododendron Drive, Arden 28704 681-8259 

James Garrison (CH), 94 Beale Road, Apt. C-8, Arden 28704 681-8682 

Dr. Joe Babb (R), 8 Summit Drive, Arden 28704 684-5674 

Scott Lynch, 180 Crescent Hill, Arden 28704 684-5280 
Eddie Hammett (SW), 2604 Deermouse Way, Hendersonville 28792 (800)578-9730 

Gayle Brown, 129 Cimarron Drive, Asheville 28803-1370 274-7319 

BEREA: Jim Holmes, 113 Briarbrook Lane, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-5384 



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BILTMORE: Randy Shepherd (O), 206 Abbey Circle, Asheville 28805 298-1468 

John Dillon (O), 21 Thistlewood Lane, Hendersonville 28791 891-2057 

Roy Rigdon, P. O. Box 1447, Enka 28728 

David Bruce, P.O. Box 937, Montreat 28757 

Victor Howard, 303 Scarlet Tanager Court, Arden 28704 

Curtis Moore, P. O. Box 442, Horse Shoe 28742 

Kelvin Moseley, 750 Woodland Ridge, Asheville 28804 

BLACK MOUNTAIN FIRST: Harold Blankenship, P.O. Box 7, Ridgecrest 28770 669-8808 

Norman Willie, P. O. Box 222, Ridgecrest 28770-0222 669-1677 

CORINTH BAPTIST CHURCH: Reese Beaver (I) 18 Dix Creek Rd. #1, 683-3946 

Leicester 28748 

CUMBERLAND Avenue: Kyle Shipman (I), 24 Allen Street, Asheville 28806 253-2749 

DEAVERVIEW: Homer Carroll (I), P. O. Box 1562, Weaverville 28787 645-7410 

ECCLESIA: Kim Christman, P. O. Box 757, Fairview 28730 628-0976 

Stan Dotson, P. O. Box 757, Fairview 28730 628-0976 

FAIRVIEW: Brian Hart (O), 12 Spring Lake Drive, Fletcher 28732 551-4704 

Hartley Selfridge (O), 1314 Tunnel Road, Lot #197, Asheville 28805 

Thomas Sherwood, P. O. Box 182, Gerton 28735 625-1 110 

FLAT CREEK: Gene Hall, 186 Murphy Hill Road, Weaverville 28787 484-9037 

Roger Carlson, 98 Liberty Drive, Marion 28752 545-9844 

GRACE: Larry Horton (O), 71 Maple Ridge Lane, Asheville 28806 253-8826 

Carl Frady (O), 33 Forest Ridge Drive, Asheville 28806 252-5838 

GRASSY BRANCH: Clyde Hensley ®, 101 Memory Lane, Asheville 28805 299-9021 

Wade Sayles, 1 Wood Avenue, Asheville 28803 299-8879 

Richard Carl (CW), P. O. Box 9142, Asheville 28815 299-8773 

INANDA: Bill Sayles (I), 6 Patton Place, Asheville 28805 298-3407 

LONG SHOALS: Mike Carter (I), 558 Pennsylvania Road, Arden 28704 654-7907 
MERRIMON AVENUE: Norman Sanders (O), 38 Pressley Road, Asheville 28805 

MOUNT CARMEL: Keith Sargent (O), 32 Leet Sluder Road, Leicester 28748 683-0590 

Bill Creson, 203 Old Highway #20, Alexander 28701 

NEW LIFE COMMUNITY: Dick Doig, 12 Fletcher Drive, Fairview 28730 776-4776 

David Summey, 149 Churchill Downs Drive, Fairview 28730 

Brian Keay, 312 Heather Court, Asheville 28804 777-6602 

Rich Miller, 31 Cardinal Lane, Candler 28715 
NEW MORGAN HILL: Steve Plemmons, 740 Upper Glady Fork Road, Candler 2871 5 667-0467 

Claude Surrett, 4 Liberty Circle, Candler 2871 5 665-7750 

NEWBRIDGE: Lee Roy Denton (R), P. O. Box 147, Weaverville 28787 645-741 1 

Paul Greene (R), 174 Elkwood Avenue, Asheville 28804 254-9253 

Mike Wilson, P. O. Box 1644, Weaverville 28787 645-2600 

Randall Pugh, 34 Kennedy Road Annex, Weaverville 28787 645-5106 
NEWFOUND: Bill Dockery, P. O. Box 1478, Leicester 28748 

OAKLEY: Owen Sayles (R), 1 16 Merchant Street, Asheville 28803 277-8470 

Dan Anderson, 1 Lance Lane, Asheville 28806 253-6517 

OTEEN: Lloyd Wolfe (R), 61 Wolf Road, Asheville 28805 298-5656 

J. Billy Graham (PI), P. O. Box 93, Ridgecrest 28770 669-7673 

REED MEMORIAL: E. M. Pettit, Jr. (PI), 7 Whitaker View Road, Fairview 28730 628-2215 

Lester Crayton (R), 166 Merchant Street, Asheville 28803 274-7329 
RIDGECREST: David Webb, P. O. Box 53, Ridgecrest 28770 

Sam Miller (I), P. O. Box 582, Ridgecrest 28770 669-8830 



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RIVERSIDE: Charlie Shaver, 47 High Valley Estates Court, Alexander 28701 

SKYLAND: D. K. Brevard (R), P.O. Box 278, Skyland 28776 

Carl Mintz (R), 128 Ole Laurelwood Lane, Saluda 28773 

STARNES COVE: Leon Stewart (EP), 8 Douglas Road, Asheville 28806 

SWANNANOA: Henry Coker (R), P. O. Box 404, Swannanoa 28778 

Richard Rockwell (R), 50 Honeycomb Circle, Swannanoa 28778 

D. J. Abernathy, 213 Cool Springs Blvd., Apt. 225, Franklin TN 37067 

TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: William Allen (R), 1245 Old Fort Road, Fairview 28730 
Joe Pressley, 2 Knollwood Drive, Fletcher 28732 
Kenny Adcock, 340 Frankie Lane, Flat Rock 28731 

TURKEY CREEK: Gordon Ball, 30 B&B Acres, Weaverville 28787 

VICTORY: Earl Moseley, 750 Woodland Ridge Road, Asheville 28804 
Larry Sprinkle, 77 Alabama Avenue, Asheville 28806 

WEAVERVILLE FIRST: Bryan Brown, P.O. Box 547, Weaverville 28787 
Gordon Benton, 3 Jupiter Hills Drive, Weaverville 28787 
Robert Selman, 872 Lower Flat Creek Road, Weaverville 28787 

WEST ASHEVILLE: Jamie Johnson (EP), 3205 Idle Hour Drive, Asheville 28806 
Merle Morris, 15 Ben Lippen Road, Asheville 28806 
Daniel Dockery, 926 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 
Autry Neighbors, 926 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 

WOODLAND HILLS: Frank Hopkins, P. O. Box 2154, Weaverville 28787 

ZION HILL: David Trull (PI), 511 Laurel Cove Road, Leicester 28748 



683-4052 
684-7214 



298-5712 
686-7928 

628-3536 
628-9826 
698-3686 
645-6879 
645-7090 

645-6720 

645-3697 
667-881 1 



645-0124 
683-4317 



CODE: 

PI - Part-time, Interim 

CH-Chaplain l-lnactive 

R-Retired 

SW— State Worker 

O-Other church-related worker 



CW-Convention Worker 

AW-Associational Worker 

EM-Evangelist, Music 

EM — Evangelist, Preaching 



SUNDAY SCHOOL DIRECTORS 



ANTIOCH: Jimmy Barber, 124 Holcombe Branch Road, Weaverville 28787 
ARDEN FIRST: Tom Beck, 45 Ammons Drive, Fletcher 28732 
BARNARDSVILLE: Gary Kiger, 227 Poverty Branch Road, Barnardsville 28709 
BEAVERDAM: Cynthia Roberts, 1 Lawterdale Road, Asheville 28804 
BENT CREEK: Porter Jennings, 1554 Brevard Road, Asheville 28806 
BEREA: Tom Ruit, 206 Harrison Street, Swannanoa 28778 
BETHEL: Bob Clark, P.O. Box 937, Leicester 28748 
BEVERLY HILLS: Syd Bartlett, 5 Austin Drive, Asheville 28805 
BILTMORE: Ryland Whitehorn, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 
BLACK MOUNTAIN FIRST: Andrew C. Owenby, 180 Old Lakey Gap Road 

Black Mountain 28711 
BROWN'S CHAPEL: Roger Mundy, 90 Ox Creek Road, Weaverville 28787 
BUCKEYE: Bobbie Owenby, 161 Ponderosa Drive, Swannanoa 28778 
CALVARY OF FAIRVIEW: Chris Reese, P. O. Box 86, Fairview 28730 
CELEBRATION CHURCH: Al Harrell, 69 Alexander Road, Weaverville 28787 
CHRISTIAN CREEK: Robert Fuller, 115 Chapman Drive, Asheville 28805 
CORINTH: Joel Burton, 15 Pleasant Ridge Drive, Asheville 28805 
CUMBERLAND AVENUE: Willie Hughes, 2 Richmond Hill Drive, Asheville 28806 



626-3108 
684-0016 
626-2115 
255-0033 
667-9818 
686-4820 
253-0585 
298-7023 
687-1111 
669-9214 



298-5241 
628-0012 
645-5663 
298-4228 
298-9398 
254-7357 



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DEAVERVIEW: Janice Starnes, 1 72 Johnston Blvd. , Asheville 28806 253-3694 

ECCLESIA: Stan Dotson, P. O. Box 757, Fairview 28730 628-0976 

EDGEWOOD: Wayne Conner, 720 N. Morgan Branch Rd., Candler 28715 667-5605 

EMMA: Remon Fouts, 202 Skyview Drive, Waynesville 28786 456-7293 

EMMA'S GROVE: Mark Tate, 91 John Tate Road, Fletcher 28732 628-0763 

ENKA: Mary Brookshire, 54 Grandview Road, Asheville 28806 667-1446 

FI_AT CREEK: Darryl Roberts, 210 Friendly Circle, Asheville 28806 251-1306 

FREEDOM: Robert Hollifield, 18 Alexis Drive, Leicester 28748 683-4252 

FRIENDSHIP: Royce Piercy, 194 Gravely Branch Road, Fletcher, NC 28732 628-1833 

GASHES CREEK: Butch & Sheila Biddix, 325 Clover Drive, Fletcher 28732 684-6685 

GLADY: Keith Sprinkle, 105 Lollis Road, Candler 28715 665-0363 

GRACE: Rick Wynne, 7 Creasman Place, Asheville 28806 667-4476 

GRASSY BRANCH: Daniel Ingle, 12 Primrose Lane, Asheville 28805 299-0409 

GROVE STONE: Bobby Hayes, 1 140 Bee Tree Rd., Swannanoa 28778 669-0637 

INANDA: Burton Pressley, 916 Sand Hill Road, Asheville 28806 667-0351 

LAKEWOOD: Earl Pullium, 807 Rhododendron Ave., Black Mountain 2871 1 669-21 10 

LAUREL SPRINGS: Tony Morgan, 691 Morgan Hill Road, Fairview 28730 628-4122 

LIBERTY: Mike Harris, 280 Liberty Road, Candler 28715 667-2824 

LONG SHOALS: Robert Taylor, 206 Royal Pines Drive, Arden 28704 684-6998 

MACEDONIA: Stacey Wasellewski, 1468 Jenkins Valley Rd., Alexander 28701 225-2913 

MERRIMON AVENUE: Bruce Hawkins, 21 Bees Mountain Dr., Asheville 28804 252-0882 
MILLS GAP: Wenzel Willis, P. O. Box 353, Alexander 28701 

MORGAN HILL: Darrell Garrison, 321 Dillingham Road, Barnardsville 28709 626-2628 

MORNINGSIDE: Gladys Dyer, 2004 Riceville Road, Asheville 28805 298-4549 

MOUNT CARMEL: Linda Brown, 451 Old Newfound Road, Asheville 28806 683-3501 
NEW LIBERTY: Philip Shipman, 63 Sunnyview Terrace, Asheville 28806 

NEW MORGAN HILL: Bruce Kilby, 30 Oakwood Road, Candler 28715 665-7682 
NEWBRIDGE: Kenneth Steele, 36 Songbird Lane, Weaverville 28787 

NEWFOUND: Lynne Dorsey, 69 Old Newfound Road, Leicester 28748 683-4335 
OAK GROVE:: Tony Nesbitt, 1552 Cane Creek Road, Fletcher 238732 

OAKLEY: Lynda Adams, 4 Cheerio Lane, Asheville 28803 337-921 1 

Susan Kittel, 180 Windover Drive, Fletcher 28732 890-4324 

OTEEN: Lelia Moore, 4 Forest Lane, Asheville 28805 296-1632 
PINE BURR PARK: David Gentry, 389 Weaverville Road, Asheville 28804 

POLE CREEK: Sammy White, 8 White Terrace, Candler 2871 5 667-0929 

REED MEMORIAL: Dan English, 756 Fairview Road, Asheville 28803 274-7639 

REYNOLDS: Bill Gardner, 16 Carters Sunrise Acres, Fletcher 28732 628-0823 

RIDGEWAY: James Shope, 318 Old U.S. 19/23 Hwy., Candler 28715 667-4568 

RIVERSIDE: Marianne Bailey, 2 Misty Ridge Lane, Leicester 28748 683-1704 

SKYLAND: Joe Harrell, P. O. Box 278, Skyland 28776 684-7214 

STARNES COVE: Jack C. Radford, 147 W. Oakview Road, Asheville 28806 667-0544 

SUNRISE: David Brookshire, 25 Cedar Hill Road, Asheville 28806 350-0467 

SWANNANOA FIRST: Mark Wilson, 70 Spivey Mt. Rd., Asheville 28806 258-3776 

TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: Tim Penland, P.O. Box 268, Fairview 28730 337-2855 

TURKEY CREEK: David Hawkins, 133 Snelson Cemetery Road, Leicester 28748 683-2644 

VICTORY: Jimmy Stewart, P. O. Box 705, Leicester 28748 683-9430 

WEAVERVILLE FIRST: Andy Bishop, P. O. Box 2188, Weaverville 28787 645-6126 

WHITE ROCK: Mary Wait, 398 S. Morgan Branch Road, Candler 28715 667-4666 

ZION HILL: Monty Rogers, 19 Haylandy Drive, Leicester 28748 683-3561 



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DISCIPLESHIP TRAINING DIRECTORS 

BARNARDSVILLE: Melinda Lohr, 32 Dillingham Road, Bamardsville 28709 626-2484 

BEREA: Jim Holmes, 1 13 Briarbrook Lane, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-5384 

BETHEL: Rev. Mark Lewis, P. O. Box 1554, Leicester 28748 683-5036 

BILTMORE: Ryland Whitehorn, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 

CALVARY: Kayla Welborn, 166 Riverview Drive, Asheville 28806 254-1 581 

CUMBERLAND AVENUE: Rev. Earl Jones, P. O. Box 1503, Enka 28728 665-8536 

DEAVERVIEW: Rev. Darryl Searcy, 81 Davidson Road, Asheville 28803 274-6737 

ECCLESIA: Rev. Mike Anderson, 21 Vz Governors View Rd. , Asheville 28805 298-3698 

EMMA: Wayne Sorrells, 269 Hi-Alta Avenue, Asheville 28806 232-0623 

MOUNT CARMEL: Kristi Brown, 132 Asvista Drive, Candler 28715 665-9457 

POLE CREEK: Terry Hollifield, P. O. Box 98, Enka 28728 231-5625 

RIDGEWAY: James Shope, 318 Old U.S. 19-23, Candler 28715 667-4568 

SKYLAND: Dianna Braddock, 23 Bevlyn Drive, Asheville 28803 231-8802 

SUNRISE: David Brookshire, 25 Cedar Hill Road, Asheville 28806 350-0467 

TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: Neil Carter, 26 Emma's Grove Road, Fletcher 28732 628-1 747 

VICTORY: Phyllis Davis, 110 Olivette Road, Asheville 28804 254-2766 

WHITE ROCK: Yvonne Rhodes, 129 Chestnut Creek Rd., Candler 28715 667-8084 

BAPTIST MEN DIRECTORS 

ARDEN FBC: Dan Gregg, 13 Hutchinson Woods Drive, Fletcher 28732 

BEAVERDAM: Ronnie Coats, 116 Spooks Branch Road, Asheville 28804 253-5535 

BEREA: Scott Williams, 1 9 Williams Cove Road, Black Mountain 2871 1 , 669-2438 

BLACK MOUNTAIN: Andrew C. Ownbey, 180 Old Lakey Gap Road 669-9214 
Black Mountain 2871 1 

William Walker, 6 Maplewood Drive, Swannanoa 28778 686-7129 

BUCKEYE: Ray Vess, 379 Buckeye Cove Road, Swannanoa 28778 298-8554 

CALVARY OF FAIRVIEW: Chris Reese, P. O. Box 86, Fairview 28730 628-0012 

CHRISTIAN CREEK: Rev. Bob Carter, 40 New Salem Road, Swannanoa 28778 296-0145 

CUMBERLAND AVENUE: Jerry Rector, 2 Star Road, Marshall 28753 683-4985 

EDGEWOOD: Allen Robinson, 31 Old Oak Hill Road, Candler 28715 665-0228 

FAIRVIEW: Bill Cooper, 151 Whitaker Road, Fairview 28730 628-2144 

FLAT CREEK: Chris Pack, 10 Donna Lane, Alexander 28701 645-5774 

FREEDOM: Ken Weatherman, 64 Loop Road, Candler 28715 667-2037 

GASHES CREEK: Lee Lyda, 37 Bee Ridge Lane, Asheville 28803 298-2298 

GRACE: Clyde Kintner, 14 Cooper Blvd., Lot 47, Asheville 28806 670-1 81 3 

LONG SHOALS: Thomas Frye, 7 Pensacola Heights, Arden 28704 654-0351 

MACEDONIA: Eddie Taylor, 170 Jonestown Road, Asheville 28804 253-4050 

MOUNT CARMEL: David Sherman, 75 Leet Sluder Rd., Leicester 28748 683-5748 

MOUNTAIN VIEW: Mike McKee, 3 Wedgewood Ter. , Black Mountain 2871 1 669-0786 

NEW MORGAN HILL: Blaine Cox, 77 Mcintosh Lane, Candler 28715 667-0737 

NEWBRIDGE: Carter Pounders, Sr. 10 Revonda Drive, Asheville 28804 254-5230 

NEWFOUND: Kyle Carver, P. O. Box 56, Leicester 28748 683-2075 

OTEEN: Bill Wooten, 184 Cisco Road, Asheville 28805 298-3173 

POLE CREEK: Bron Holcomb, 242 Cathey Lane, Canton 28716 648-8339 

RIDGEWAY: Michael Stamey, 50 Dixon Terrace, Candler 28715 667-8612 

SKYLAND: Al Braddock, 23 Bevlyn Drive, Asheville 28803 231-8802 
SUNRISE: David Gillespie. P. O. Box 1172, Leicester 28748 

SWANNANOA FIRST: Carl Bartlett, P. O. Box 156, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-9518 



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TRiNITY OF FAIRVIEW: Brent Carter, 22 Alcorn Lane., Fletcher 28732 628-1747 

WEAVERVILLE FIRST: Wayne Higgins, P. O. Box 1285, Weaverville 28787 645-4021 

WHITE ROCK: Brad Keever, 66 Black Walnut Lane, Candler 2871 5 667-8084 

ZION HILL: Dennis Sams, 292 Potato Branch Road, Leicester 28748 683-4389 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION DIRECTORS 

ANTIOCH: Amy Conard, 402 Azalea Circle, Marshall 28753 242-71 16 

BEAVERDAM: Linda Large, 41 Spooks Branch Road, Asheville 28804 254-2405 

BEREA: Sharon Williams, 19 Williams Cove Road, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-2438 

BEVERLY HILLS: Elizabeth Rogers, 1 1 Beechwood Road, Asheville 28805 298-3787 

BLACK MOUNTAIN FIRST: Jeanette Gregory, 104 Orchard Street, Apt. D 669-8351 

Black Mountain 28711-3641 

BUCKEYE: Etheline Branch, 203 Mountain View Road, Asheville 28805 298-9759 

CALVARY: Evelyne Maney, 48 Clarendon Road, Asheville 28806 252-7583 

CHRISTIAN CREEK: Evelyn Carter, 40 New Salem Road, Swannanoa 28778 . 296-0145 
CUMBERLAND AVENUE: Frances Mitchell, 36 Canterbury Road, Asheville 28805 298-5046 

ECCLESIA: Sandra Dotson, 94 Avondale Road, Asheville 28803 298-0693 

EDGEWOOD: Patty Robinson, 31 Old Oak Hill Road, Candler 28715 665-0228 

EMMA: Robenia Jackson, 44 Starmount Drive, Asheville 28806 252-5871 

ENKA: Winnie Martel, 710 Sand Hill Road, #37, Asheville 28806 253-5327 

FLAT CREEK: Essie Verner, 189 Pickens Road, Weaverville 28787 645-3756 

FREEDOM: Judy Leeper, 65 Baker Place, Asheville 28806 252-2107 

GASHES CREEK: Shirley Shope, 5 Charland Forest, Asheville 28803 298-1 895 

GRACE: Barbara Felmet, 37 Salola Street, Asheville 28806 254-5389 

GROVE STONE: Judy Murphy, 305 Marion Avenue, Swannanoa 28778 686-5601 

LIBERTY: Dee Bishop, 115 Brooks Cove Road, Candler 28715 667-3080 

LONG SHOALS: Florence Owenby, 44 Owenby Drive, Arden 28704 684-0630 

MACEDONIA: Aimee Stewart, 24 Knollview Drive, Asheville 28806 683-4765 

MORGAN HILL: Gladys Buckner, 1 10 High Point Road, Weaverville 28787 626-3197 

MORNINGSIDE: Hilda Gasperson, 10 Middlebrook Drive, Asheville 28805 298-4769 

MOUNT CARMEL: Nancy Owen, 1 15 Anders Drive, Asheville 28806 254-8393 

NEW MORGAN HILL: Sandra Clark, 89 Twin Lakes Drive, Candler 28715 667-5730 
NEWBRIDGE: Kathryn Wilds, 24 Pelzer Street 28804 

NEWFOUND: Wendy Taylor, 10 Brookshire Road, Apt. #3, Leicester 28748 683-6725 

OAKLEY: Jean Hensley, 104 Hemphill Road, Asheville 28803 298-3983 

OTEEN: Helen Banks, 20 Bethesda Road, Asheville 28805 298-7442 

POLE CREEK: Susie Black, 21 English Place, Candler 28715 665-1938 

REED MEMORIAL: Doris Rzewnicki, 141 Porter Road, Asheville 28803 274-7802 
REYNOLDS: Tracy Britt, 8 Fairview Avenue, Asheville 28803 

RIDGECREST: Vanetta Biddix, P. O. Box 83, Ridgecrest 28770 669-7877 

RIDGEWAY: Wanda Taylor, 190 Wiggins Road, Candler 28715 667-8945 

RIVERSIDE: Kay Gregory, 54 Boone Street, Asheville 28806 255-7608 

SKYLAND: Mary Works, P. O. Box 278, Skyland 28776 684-7214 

SUNRISE: Elizabeth Wells, 1835 Old Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 667-4662 

SWANNANOA FIRST: Edwina Messer, 1 17 Chapman Dr., Asheville 28805 298-6464 

TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: Lynn Carter, 26 Emma's Grove Rd., Fletcher 28732 628-1747 

TURKEY CREEK: Beth Ponder, 2515 Bear Creek Road, Marshall 28753 683-1913 

VICTORY: Pam Stewart, P. O. Box 705, Leicester 28748 683-9430 

WEAVERVILLE: Mary Porter, 116 Parsonage Drive, Asheville 28804 645-5824 

Kathy Price, 40 Wyatt Holler Road, Weaverville 28787 645-7198 

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WEST ASHEVILLE: Jean Hollingsworth, 53 Edgewood Road, Candler 2871 5 667-2941 
WESTWOOD: Sara Roberts, 75 Laurel Cove Road, Candler 28715 

WHITE ROCK: Patty Mease, 141 Medford Branch Road, Candler 28715 667-2078 

WOODLAND HILLS: Linda Newton, 112 Robinhood Road, Asheville 28804 713-1805 

ZION HILL: Lora Morgan, 264 Morgan Branch Road, Leicester 28748 683-0856 

DEACON CHAIRPERSONS 

ANTIOCH: Art Hawkins, 300 Morgan Branch Road, Weaverville 28787 626-3000 

ARDEN FIRST: George Manning, 16 White Pine Circle, Fletcher 28732 684-2853 

BARNARDSVILLE: Gary Kiger, 227 Poverty Branch Road, Barnardsville 28709 626-21 15 

BEAVERDAM: Ronnie Coats, 1 16 Spooks Branch Road, Asheville 28804 253-5535 

BENT CREEK: Paul Jenkins, 1554 Brevard Road, Asheville 28806 667-9818 

BEREA: Bruce Fore, 80 Fore Way, Asheville 28805 298-7067 

BETHEL: Ralph Long, 1 1 1 E Wonder Road, Leicester 28748 683-271 2 

BEVERLY HILLS: Jack Benfield, 335 Cedar Crest Drive, Asheville 28803 296-0255 

BILTMORE: Stan Hill, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 

BLACK MOUNTAIN FIRST: Andrew C. Ownbey, 180 Old Lakey Gap Road 669-9214 

Black Mountain 28711-0971 

CALVARY: Dorcas Moffitt, 32 Alexander Heights, Leicester 28748 683-4996 

CORINTH: Jerry Owens, 97 Mink Farm Road, Leicester 28748 683-1346 

CUMBERLAND AVENUE: Charles Mitchell, 36 Canterbury Road, Asheville 28805 298-5046 
DEAVERVIEW: Vernon Dale, 14 Kirby Place, Asheville 28806 

ECCLESIA: Charlie Jackson, 1 131 Old Fort Road, Fairview 28730 628-9936 

EDGEWOOD: James Lovingood, 119 Oak Hill Road, Candler 28715 667-2030 

EMMA: Stewart Jones, 63 Bingham Road, #19, Asheville 28806 252-6003 

EMMA'S GROVE: Winfred Whitaker, 26 Charlie Hill Memorial Drive 628-2997 

ENKA: Frank Sentelle, P.O. Box 1 1 1 , Enka, NC 28728-01 1 1 667-1 383 

FLAT CREEK: Lee Pack, 120 Brank Cove Road, Weaverville 28787 645-491 1 

FREEDOM: Jim House, 403 School Road E, Asheville 28803 274-2664 

FRIENDSHIP: Neil Cathey, P. O. Box 272, Weaverville 28787 645-9671 

GASHES CREEK: Lankford Storey, 29 Botany Drive, Asheville 28803 298-0229 

GLADY: Ronnie Taylor, 723 Enka Lake Road, Candler 28715 667-81 19 

INANDA: Burton Pressley, 918 Sand Hill Road, Asheville 28806 667-0351 

LAKEWOOD: Earl Pullium, 807 Rhododendron Avenue, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-21 10 

LAUREL SPRINGS: Hardy Owenby, 809 Ridge Road, Asheville 28806 254-2972 

LIBERTY: Ken Murphy, 875 Monte Vista Road, Candler 28715 667-8100 

LONG SHOALS: Ralph Cannon, 457 Avery's Creek Road, Arden, 28704 684-6188 

MERRIMON AVENUE: Carleton Metcalf, 8 Worley Lane, Fletcher 28732 628-9166 

MORGAN HILL: Frank Langford, 40 Morgan Branch Road, Weaverville 28787 658-2199 

MOUNT CARMEL: Mike Bowlin, 220 Newfound Road, Leicester 28748 683-2838 

MOUNTAIN VIEW: Steve Pope, 7 Hatfield Hollow, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-8401 

NEW MORGAN HILL: Roy Blankenship, 583 Enka Lake Rd., Candler 28715 667-1640 

NEW SALEM: Scott Meece, 766 Glen Bridge Road, Arden 28704 681-5161 

NEWFOUND: Kyle Carver, P. O. Box 56, Leicester 28748 683-2075 

OTEEN: J. L. Brown, 46 Pleasant Ridge Drive, Asheville 28805 298-1582 

POLE CREEK: James Morton, 14 Nottingham Drive, Candler 28715 667-0732 

REED MEMORIAL: Tom Miller, 477 Old Fort Road, Fairview 28730 628-2294 

REYNOLDS: Kenneth McAbee, 275 Pinners Cove Road, Asheville 28803 684-7964 

RIDGEWAY: Mike Stamey, 50 Dixon Terrace, Candler 28715 667-8612 

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SKYLAND: Robert Ponder, 45 Ivy Cove Road, Fairview 28730 628-0223 

SOUTH ASHEVILLE: Scotty Rice, 342 White Pine Drive, Fletcher 28732 684-1561 

STARNES COVE: Luther Biggs, 210 Starnes Cove Road, Candler 2871 5 667-0920 

SUNRISE: Norman Capps, 7 Benson Road, Asheville 28806 252-3266 

SWANNANOA FIRST: Steve McPeters, 15 Rhododendron Circle, Asheville 28805 298-2994 

TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: Gerald Wright, 45 Maple Lane, Fairview 28730 628-251 1 

VICTORY: Bobby Dale Fisher, 84 Wolfe Park Circle, Asheville 28804 255-7627 

WEAVERVILLE: Bill Kinyon, P. O. Box 547, Weavervillle 28787 645-6720 

WESTWOOD: G. B. Pressley, 84 Millbrook Road, Asheville 28806 254-4417 

WHITE ROCK: Kay Crowder, P. O. Box 898, Candler 2871 5 667-8291 

WOODLAND HILLS: Anthony Burnett, 231 Holland Dr., Black Mountain 28711 669-7613 

ZION HILL: Monty Rogers, 19 Haylandy Drive, Leicester 28748 683-3561 

CHURCH TREASURERS 

ANTIOCH: Janet Pearson, P. O. Box 2621 , Ashevile 28802 468-1488 

ARDEN FBC: Martin Reidinger, 1 Weston Heights, Asheville 28803 684-6458 

BARNARDSVILLE: Melinda Lohr, 32 Dillingham Road, Barnardsville 28709 626-2484 

BEAVERDAM: Sylvania Deweese, 10 Upland Road, Asheville 28804 253-2946 

BENT CREEK: Gail Cutshall, 1 5544 Brevard Rd, Asheville 28806 667-981 8 

BEREA: Gloria King, 351 Shope Creek Road, Asheville 28805 298-6970 

BETHEL: Gladys Culbertson, 17 Spivey Place, Asheville 28806 258-0917 

BEVERLY HILLS: Don Clemmons, 10 East Shore Drive, Asheville 28805 258-5837 
BILTMORE: George Renfro, 15 Greenwood Road, Asheville 28803 

BLACK MOUNTAIN FBC: William C. Hamby, P. O. Box 753, Swannanoa 28778 298-5022 

BROWN'S CHAPEL: Claude Edwards, 38 Nola Drive, Weaverville 28787 645-8867 

BUCKEYE: Lynn Guterwill, 1 16 West Buckeye Road, Swannanoa 28778 298-9305 

CALVARY: Bobby Moffitt, 32 Alexander Heights, Leicester 28748 683-4996 

CALVARY OF FAIRVIEW: Tammy Camby, P. O. Box 86, Fairview 28730 628-4741 

CELEBRATION CHURCH: Calvin Cook, 85 Dogwood Dr., Weaverville 28787 645-5055 

CHRISTIAN CREEK: Kenneth Banks, 94 Dillingham Circle, Asheville 28805 298-3472 

CLEAR BRANCH: Audrey Stroud, 532 Blue Ridge Rd., Black Mountain 2871 1 669-6310 

CORINTH: Mildred King, 84 Solomon Road, Leicester 28748 683-3430 

CUMBERLAND AVENUE: Charles Mitchell, 36 Canterbury Road, Asheville 28805 298-5046 

DEAVERVIEW: Brenda Capps, 187 McKinnish Cove Road, Asheville 28806 254-9783 

ECCLESIA: Tammy McDowell, 33 Sharon Drive, Fairview 28730 628-3631 

EDGEWOOD: James Lovingood, 1 19 Oak Hill Road, Candler 28715 667-2030 

EMMA: Nelline Davis, 1 1 Brickyard Drive, Asheville 28806 252-4969 

EMMA'S GROVE: Tim Sanders, 407 Emma's Grove Road, Fletcher 28732 628-0456 

ENKA: Lenora Sentelle, P. O. Box 1 1 1 , Enka 28728 667-1 383 

FAIRVIEW: Billy Cooper, 23 Gollum Drive, Fairview 28730 654-7612 

FLAT CREEK: Judy Pack, 120 Brank Cove Road, Weaverville 28787 645-491 1 

FREEDOM: Linda Silvers, 28 Pennsylvania Avenue, Asheville 28806 252-1085 

FRIENDSHIP: Neil Cathey, P. O. Box 272, Weaverville 28787 645-9671 

GASHES CREEK: Lankford Storey, 29 Botany Drive, Asheville 28805 298-0229 

GLADY: Albert Crowe, 580 Upper Glady Fork Road, Candler 2871 5 667-4320 

GRACE: Betty Edwards, 4 Wildwood Acres Road, Asheville 28806 683-3460 

GROVE STONE, Joan Barnwell, 203 Richmond Avenue, Swannanoa 28778 686-3718 

INANDA: Tommy Pressley, 916 Sand Hill Road, Asheville 28806 665-9870 

LAKEWOOD: Katie Pullium, 807 Rhododendron Ave., Black Mountain 28711 669-2110 

LAUREL SPRINGS: Susan Stills, P. O. Box 576, Fairview 28730 628-2407 



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LIBERTY: Barbara Raby, 875 Monte Vista Road, Candler 2871 5 667-8100 

LONG SHOALS: Sarah Hertzberg, P. O. Box 55, Arden 28704 684-6949 

MACEDONIA: Karen Harwood, 1075 Jenkins Valley Rd., Alexander 28701 683-1762 

MERRIMON AVENUE: Pat Carnahan, 283 Merrimon Ave., Asheville 28801 252-2768 

MILLS GAP: Linda Hill, 114 Wood Avenue, Asheville 28803 299-9762 

MORGAN HILL: Linda Childers, 21 1 Morgan Branch Road, Weaverville 28787 645-341 1 
MOUNT CARMEL: Sherry Worley, 2 Audubon Drive, Asheville 28804 

MOUNT OLIVE: Don Penland, 78 Utopia Road, Asheville 28805 252-3431 

MOUNTAIN VIEW: Tonya Andrews, 26 Daniel Lane, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-9456 

NEW LIFE COMMUNITY: Rich Banis, 1417 Riverside Drive, Asheville 28804 254-0040 

NEW MORGAN HILL: Maurice Clark, 89 Twin Lakes Drive, Candler 28715 667-5730 

NEW SALEM: Sue Webb, 25 Brittain Park Drive, Arden 28704 684-7303 

NEWBRIDGE: Hugh Roberson, 172 Elkwood Avenue, Asheville 28804 253-8956 

NEWFOUND: Lori Ingle, 109 Ramsey Road #5, Asheville 28806 683-3447 

OAKLEY: Frank Duckett, P. O. Box 1236, Fairview 28730 628-1634 

OTEEN: Nola Payne, 2165 Riceville Road, Asheville 28805 298-1582 

POLE CREEK: Katha Bowman, 9 Shayla Lane, Candler 28715 667-3843 

REED MEMORIAL: Dick Oyler, 664 Emma Road, Asheville 28806 252-3480 

REYNOLDS: Tracy McLaughlin, 2145 Cane Creek Road, Fletcher 28732 628-2653 

RIDGECREST: Lynda Robinson, P. O. Box 53, Ridgecrest 28770 669-7612 

RIDGEWAY: Doyce Bumette, 191 Morgan Cove Road, Candler 28715 667-5988 

SKYLAND: Dianna Braddock, 23 Bevlyn Drive, Asheville 28803 231-8802 

STARNES COVE: Harold Wright, 72 Monte Vista Terrace, Candler 28715 667-3345 

SUNRISE: Eddie Elliott, 84 Sun Valley Drive, Alexander 28701 252-2030 

SWANNANOA FBC: Steve McPeters, 15 Rhododendron Cir., Asheville 28805 298-2994 
TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: Stephanie Sluder, 320 Emma's Grove Road, Fletcher 28732 628-1806 

VICTORY: Polly Jarvis, 5 Macedonia Drive, Asheville 28804 254-8405 

WEAVERVILLE FBC: Pansy Hathaway, 38 Brown Street, Weaverville 28787 645-3731 

WEST ASHEVILLE: Darren Browning, 926 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-9824 

WESTWOOD: Brawdus Hill, 421 Hazel Mill Road, Asheville 28806 252-0532 

WHITE ROCK: Betty Crowder, 776 Upper Glady Fork Road, Candler 2871 5 667-3576 

ZION HILL: Mitzi Cooper, 778 N. Turkey Creek Road, Leicester 28748 683-1 172 

CHURCH CLERKS 

ANTIOCH: Donna Banks, 208 Hamburg Mountain Road, Weaverville 28787 215-6217 

ARDEN FBC: Teresa Lackey, 623 Vista View Drive, Asheville 28803 684-5590 

BARNARDSVILLE: Sue Shuford, 24 Shuford Road, Barnardsville 28709 626-2950 

BEAVERDAM: Sylvania Deweese, 10 Upland Road, Asheville 28804 253-2946 

BENT CREEK: Inez Whiteside, 1554 Brevard Road, Asheville 28806 667-9818 

BEREA: Cindy Brockman, 4 Dicksy Lane, Swannanoa 28778 686-7216 

BETHEL: Susan Haynes, 201 Newfound Road, Leicester 28748 683-4374 

BEVERLY HILLS: Jerry Caldwell, 500 Old Haw Creek Road, Asheville 28805 298-7763 

BILTMORE: Carrie Holmes, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 

BLACK MOUNTAIN FIRST: Sandra Owen, P. O. Box 307, Old Fort 28762 668-8012 

BUCKEYE: Ola Mae Vess, 379 Buckeye Cove Road, Swannanoa 28778 298-8554 

CHRISTIAN CREEK: Ina B. Owenby, 20 Larry James Drive, Asheville 28805 298-1851 

CORINTH: Nancy L. Hensley, 32 Short Dix Creek Road, Leicester 28748 683-3441 
CUMBERLAND AVENUE: Lillian Stewart, 128 Richmond Hill Drive, Asheville 28806 253-4189 

DEAVERVIEW: Janice Starnes, 172 Johnston Blvd., Asheville 28806 253-3694 



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ECCLESIA: Susan Sluder, 41 Owenby Cove Road, Asheville 28803 298-071 7 

EDGEWOOD: Barbara Banks, 130 Lower Edgewood Road, Candler 28715 667-0545 

EMMA: Joy Edwards, 85 Richmond Hill Road, Asheville 28806 254-1647 

EMMA'S GROVE: Jean Mcintosh, 105 Lytle Road, Fletcher 28732 628-2747 

ENKA: Emma Mashburn, P. O. Box 609, Enka 28728-0609 667-1427 

FAIRVIEW: Tonya Ledford, 8 Wright's Circle, Fairview 28730 628-2166 

FLAT CREEK: Mildred Ray, 21 Flat Creek Church Road, Weaverville 28787 658-3349 

FREEDOM: Linda Silvers, 28 Pennsylvania Avenue, Asheville 28806 252-1085 

GASHES CREEK: Shirley Shope, 5 Charland Forest. Asheville 28803 298-1895 

GLADY: Arlene Crowe, 580 Upper Glady Fork Road, Candler 28715 667-4320 

GRACE: Elaine Duncan, 86 Debra Lane, Asheville 28806 253-7403 

GRASSY BRANCH: Magdalene Briggs, 20 Hickory Tree Rd., Asheville 28805 298-3736 

GROVE STONE: Renae Dillingham, 3 Eden Glen Road, Black Mountain 2871 1 686-6355 

INANDA: Beverly Pressley, 916 Sand Hill Road, Asheville 28806 665-9870 

LAUREL SPRINGS: Susan Stills, P. O. Box 576, Fairview 28730 628-2407 

LIBERTY: Brenda Rhinehart, 68 Ridge Road, Candler 28715 667-8100 
LONG SHOALS: Sarah Herzberg, P. O. Box 55, Arden 28704 

MERRIMON AVENUE: Pat Carnahan, 283 Merrimon Avenue, Asheville 28801 252-2768 

MILLS GAP: Becky Davis, 12 Homewood Drive, Asheville 28803 299-0206 

MORGAN HILL: Donna Burnette, 876 Barnardsville Hwy., Weaverville 28787 626-2202 

MORNINGSIDE: Mary Ann Parham, 120 Huntley Road, Fletcher 28732 687-0056 

MOUNT CARMEL: Shirley Lawson, 63 Thea Lane, Fletcher 28732 650-9753 

MOUNT OLIVE: Jean Penland, 78 Utopia Road, Asheville 28805 252-3431 

MOUNTAIN VIEW: Wlma Strickland, 116 Beacon Street, Swannanoa 28778 686-3306 

NEW MORGAN HILL: Nancy Coley, 569 Case Cove Road, Candler 28715 667-9409 

NEWBRIDGE: Euralee Rogers, 312 Baird Cove Road, Asheville 28804 645-6963 

NEWFOUND: Doris Sellers, 49 Knollview Drive, Asheville 28806 683-2376 

OAK GROVE: Gail Austin, 66 Fox Branch Road, Fairview 28730 628-2364 

OAKLEY: Annette Anderson, 1 Lance Lane, Asheville 28806 253-6517 

OTEEN: Mae Ammons, 21 Spring Hill Drive, Arden 28704 687-2585 

POLE CREEK: Katha Bowman, 9 Shayla Lane, Candler 28715 667-3843 

REED MEMORIAL: Tom Atkinson, 8 Botany Court, Asheville 28805 298-3367 

RIDGECREST: Audrey Bryant, P. O. Box 354, Ridgecrest 28770 250-5746 

RIDGEWAY: Beverly Goodson, 34 Wiggins Road, Candler 28715 667-4997 

SKYLAND: Kathy Wilson, 3 Raintree Lane, Arden 28704 687-0127 

STARNES COVE: Monica Merrell, 149 Starnes Cove Road, Asheville 28806 667-1 193 

SUNRISE: Marcia Elliott, 84 Sun Valley Drive, Alexander 28701 252-2030 

SWANNANOA FIRST: Kelli Blankenship, 220 Old Fellowship Road, 299-1675 

Swannanoa 28778 

TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: Trudy Lilly, 935 Hutch Mountain Road, Fletcher 28732 681-5673 

VICTORY: Polly Jarvis, 5 Macedonia Drive, Asheville 28804 254-8405 

WEAVERVILLE FIRST: Wlma Wilson, P.O. Box 547, Weaverville 28787 645-3437 

WEST ASHEVILLE: Kathy Dowdle, 15 Pleasant Run, Asheville 28806 281-1200 

ZION HILL: Linda Gossett, 485 Green Valley Road, Leicester 28748 683-3077 

MEDIA LIBRARY DIRECTORS 

ARDEN FIRST: Carolyn Klepper, 1 Fairway Drive, Arden 28704 684-7548 

BEAVERDAM: Brenda Lewis, 21 Sycamore Street, Asheville 28804 252-7735 

BEREA: Rebecca Holmes, 113 Brierbrook Rd., Black Mountain 2871 1 669-5384 



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BEVERLY HILLS: Elizabeth Rogers, 11 Beachwood Rd., Asheville 28805 298-3787 

BILTMORE: DeAnn Hudson, 35 Clayton Road, Arden 28704 687-1 1 1 1 

BLACK MOUNTAIN FIRST: Nancy Hamby, P. O. Box 753, Black Mountain 2871 1 298-5022 

CALVARY: Judy Clevenger, 531 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-7301 

ECCLESIA: Carol Keys, 370 Loop Road, Hendersonville 28792 692-5709 

EMMA'S GROVE: Sandra Jackson, 70 Taylor Road, Fairview 28730 628-1484 

ENKA: Joan Fisher, 29 Rangeview Acres, Candler 28715 667-3066 

Anne Hagan, 1796 Old Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 254-1439 

FAIRVIEW: Sue Jackson, 52 Taylor Road, Fairview 28730 628-2493 

GRACE: Cathryn Kinser, 68 W. Oakview Road, Asheville 28806 667-1 725 

LIBERTY: Joyce Holcombe, 1 17 Holcombe Cove Road, Candler 28715 667-4010 

LONG SHOALS: Evelyn Cannon, 457 Avery's Creek Road, Arden 28704 684-6188 

MACEDONIA: Tammy Bowling, 351 Mag Sluder Road, Alexander 28701 683-8957 

MOUNT CARMEL: Nancy Owen, 115 Anders Drive, Asheville 28806 254-8393 

MOUNTAIN VIEW: Bobbi Vickery, 600 Azalea Ave., Black Mountain 2871 1 669-2570 

NEW MORGAN HILL: Marlene Allison, 45 Misty Lane, Candler 28715 667-1205 

NEWFOUND: Rena Vemer, 35 Golden Tree Lane, Asheville 28806 683-1212 

OAKLEY: Sharon Fauerbach, 7 Crestview Street, Asheville 28803 274-5904 

OTEEN: Helen Banks, 20 Bethesda Road, Asheville 28805 298-7442 

POLE CREEK: Chuck Sprinkle, 332 Hooker's Gap Road, Candler 28715 667-9368 

RIDGDEWAY: Beverly Harris, 171 NC 151 Hwy., Candler 28715 670-6315 

SKYLAND: Janette Williams, P. O. Box 278, Skyland 28778 684-7214 

STARNES COVE: Linda Baker, 807 1 / 2 Sand Hill Road, Asheville 28806 667-1 193 
TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: Margaret Newman, 217 Gap Creek Road, Fletcher 28732 628-1 148 

VICTORY: Betty Franklin, 850 Olivette Road, Asheville 28804 254-4008 

WEAVERVILLE FIRST: Juanita Greer, P. O. Box 606, Weaverville 28787 645-6391 

WEST ASHEVILLE: Donna Slice, 499 Green Valley Road, Leicester 28748 683-5746 

CHURCH ORGANISTS 

ANTIOCH: Patsy Hawkins, 300 Morgan Branch Road, Weaverville 28787 686-3000 

ARDEN FIRST: Donna M. Arthur, P. O. Box 223, Arden 28704 687-2982 

BEREA: Pearl Belock, 41 Sleepy Hollow Road, Swannanoa 28778 298-1424 

BETHEL: Jean Bridges, 220 Ridgeview Road, Alexander 28701 683-2757 

BEVERLY HILLS: Judy Smith, 506 Vance Avenue, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-8179 

CALVARY: Susan Hocking, 71 Baker Place, Asheville 28806 253-7301 

CHRISTIAN CREEK: Ina Owenby, 20 Larry James Drive, Asheville 28805 298-1 851 

CORINTH: Joy Hawkins, 190 Dix Creek Road #2, Leicester 28748 683-2003 

DEAVERVIEW: Sharon Brown, 64 Morgan Branch Estates, Candler 28715 665-7381 

EDGEWOOD: Barbara Norvell, P. O. Box 671, Candler 28715 667-4951 

ENKA: Dr. Ellen Burgess, 56 Mills Place, Asheville 28804 645-5530 

FLAT CREEK: Debra Eller, 192 Flat Creek Church Road, Weaverville 28787 645-4583 

FREEDOM: Maxine Clement, 143 Alexander Road, Weaverville 28787 658-0136 

GASHES CREEK: Sandra Lyda, 37 Bee Ridge Road, Asheville 28803 298-2298 

GRACE. Susan Shaw, 34 Eola Avenue, Asheville 28806 258-2558 

LAKEWOOD: Linda Roberts, 814 Cherokee Avenue, Black Mountain 2871 1 669-6102 

LAUREL SPRINGS: Marie Roberson, 312 Flat Creek Road, Fairview 28730 628-4027 
MACEDONIA: Marian Whiteside, 51 Panorama Drive, Asheville 28806 

MORNINGSIDE: Hilda Gasperson, 10 Middlebrook Road, Asheville 28805 298-4769 

NEW MORGAN HILL: LeeAnne Tucker, 421 Reeves Cove Road, Candler 28715 667-9409 

OAKLEY: Lucille Lawrence, 209 Crowell Square Apts #21 5, Asheville 28806 670-7274 



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POLE CREEK: Mabel Greene, 2693 Smokey Park Hwy., Candler 28715 
RIDGECREST: Eleanor Bridell, P. O. Box 212, Ridgecrest 28770 
RIDGEWAY: Carolyn Fowler, 21 Mary's Lane, Candler 28715 
SKYLAND: Pam Roberts, P.O. Box 278, Skyland, NC 28776 
STARNES COVE: Carol Radford, 147 West Oakview Road, Asheville 28806 
SUNRISE: Marcia Elliott, 84 Sun Valley Drive, Alexander 28701 
SWANNANOA FBC: Ann Blankenship, 16 Offshore Drive, Asheville 28805 
TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: Richard Sales, 15 Sales Farm Dr., Asheville 28803 
WEAVERVILLE FBC: Frances Coates, P. O. Box 547, Weaverville 28787 
WEST ASHEVILLE: Debbie Davis, 926 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 
WHITE ROCK: Gene Britt, P. O. Box 1717, Candler 2871 5 
WOODLAND HILLS: Mary Kay Parker, 84 WT Weaver Blvd. Asheville 28804 
ZION HILL: Beth Rogers, 19 Haylandy Drive, Leicester 28748 



667-5396 
669-2256 
667-8635 
684-7214 
667-0544 
252-2030 
298-7664 
299-3142 
645-6720 
253-9824 
667-2619 
254-7161 
683-3561 



CHURCH PIANISTS 



ANTIOCH: Pat Hawkins, 300 Morgan Branch Road, Weaverville 28787 
ARDEN FIRST: Maida McMahan, 2 Canterbury Place, Arden 28704 
BARNARDSVILLE: Judith Pruitt, 13 Pinerose Drive, Weaverville 28787 
BEAVERDAM: JoAnn Roberson, 12 Quail Hollow, Asheville 28804 
BENT CREEK: Autumn Wright, 302 Asbury Road, Candler 28715 
BEREA: Peggy Burrell, 560 Riceville Road, Asheville 28805 
BETHEL; Kathy Flint, 25 Evelake Drive, Asheville 28806 
BEVERLY HILLS: Diane Coombs, 9 Silverstone Drive, Asheville 28805 
BILTMORE: Lisa Sorrells, 6 Ascot Point Circle, Apt. 105, Asheville 28803 

Karen Ramsey, 14 Holly Hill Drive, Arden 28704 
BLACK MOUNTAIN: Kathryn Hilliard, 118 Brookside Avenue, Black Mountain 28711 
BUCKEYE: Ola Mae Vess, 379 Buckeye Cove Road, Swannanoa 28778 
CALVARY OF FAIRVIEW: Brenda Allison, P. O. Box 86, Fairview 28730 
CELEBRATION CHURCH: Summer Reese, 38 Teaberry Lane, Weaverville 28787 
CHRISTIAN CREEK: Doris Moore, 121 Warren Wilson Road, Swannanoa 28778 
CORINTH: Lou Ann Sealey, 78 Dix Creek Road #2, Leicester 28748 
CUMBERLAND AVENUE: Creola Smith, 28 Knob Hill Road, Asheville 28806 
DEAVERVIEW: Emestone Stone, 14 Standing Wood Drive, Asheville 28804 
EDGEWOOD: Roena Dills, P. O. Box 92, Enka 28728 
EMMA: Evelyn Fouts, 202 Skyview Drive, Waynesville 28786 
EMMA'S GROVE: Lou Ann Lanning, 14 Lanning Drive, Fairview 28730 
ENKA: Mary Brookshire, 54 Grandview Road, Asheville 28806 
FAIRVIEW: Sandra Royal, 465 Hollywood Road, Fairview 28730 
FREEDOM: Jackie Haney, 869 Jenkins Valley Road, Alexander 28701 
FRIENDSHIP: Kathleen Worley, 75 Hill Street, Candler 28715 
GASHES CREEK: Rena Jennings, 333 Olivette Road, Asheville 28804 
GLADY: Barbara Whiteside, 159 Lower Glady Fork Road, Candler 28715 
GRACE: Dianna Wyatt, 225 Oak Hill Road, Candler 28715 
INANDA: Lorraine Thomas, 155 Pennsylvania Road, Horse Shoe 28742 
LAKEWOOD: Linda Roberts, 814 Cherokee Avenue, Black Mountain 28711 
LAUREL SPRINGS: Inez Owenby, 809 Ridge Road, Asheville 28806 
LIBERTY: Donnah Cole, 718 Justice Ridge Road, Candler 28715 
LONG SHOALS: Suzanne Duncan, 198 B Valley Street, Mars Hill 28754 
MACEDONIA: Marian Whiteside, 51 Panorama Drive, Asheville 28806 



626-3000 
684-5041 
645-2402 
252-4844 
665-4236 
298-3199 
281-2277 
299-3847 



669-1779 

298-8554 

628-0012 

768-6302 

298-7834 

683-2792 

667-1519 

258-9471 

665-2018 

456-7293 

628-2350 

667-1446 

628-7072 

683-4116 

667-5241 

236-2533 

667-2375 

665-8475 

891-0555 

669-6102 

254-2972 

242-3796 

674-4631 

253-0556 



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MERRIMON AVENUE: Mike Goldsmith, P. O. Box 1453, Fairview 28730 

MORGAN HILL: Judy Ball, 21 Upper Roberts Branch Road, Weaverville 28787 645-3878 

MOUNT CARMEL: Nancy Owen, 1 15 Anders Drive, Asheville 28806 254-8393 

NEW MORGAN HILL: Linda Wilde, 1 34 Canaan Drive, Candler 2871 5 665-7606 

NEWBRIDGE: Darlene Hunter, 23 White Cedar Drive, Weaverville 28787 645-8246 

NEWFOUND: Didi Cooperman, P. O. Box 1765, Leicester 28748 683-4060 

OAKLEY: Lucille Lawrence, 209 Crowell Square Ct, Apt. 215, Asheville 28806 670-7274 

OTEEN: Lelia Moore, 4 Forest Lane, Asheville 28805 296-1632 

POLE CREEK: Cynthia Sellinger, 5 Carriage Lane, Candler 28715 665-1205 

REED MEMORIAL: Donna Gasperson, P. O. Box 301, Ridgecrest 28770 669-2265 

RIDGECREST: Mary Alice Goodridge, P. O. Box 53, Ridgecrest 28770 669-0377 

RIDGEWAY: Susan Wines Bumgarner, 542 Reed Cove Road, Waynesville 28786 492-0051 

SKYLAND: Mary Taylor, P. O. Box 278 Skyland 28776 684-7214 

SOUTH ASHEVILLE: Cathy Pressley, 75 Old Lime Kiln Road, Arden 28704 684-7182 
STARNES COVE: Kathy W. Glass, P.O. Box 454, Candler 28715 

SUNRISE: Pat Roberts, 1 5 Lance Lane, Asheville 28806 254-9095 

SWANNANOA FBC: Pam Brown, 60 Charlotte Lane, Swannanoa 28778 686-5570 

TRINITY, FAIRVIEW: Matthew Buchanan, 45 Avondale Hgts. Asheville 28803 298-4856 

VICTORY: Phyllis Davis, 1 1 Olivette Road, Asheville 28804 254-2766 

WEAVERVILLE FBC: Frances Coates, P. O. Box 547, Weaverville 28787 645-6720 

WEST ASHEVILLE: Dm McClure, 926 Haywood Road, Asheville 28806 253-9824 

WOODLAND HILLS: Julia Casell, 1 1 Bailey Road, Asheville 28806 236-2766 

ZION HILL: Gail Jones, 124 Smith Road, Leicester 28748 683-9912 



MISSIONARY REPORT 
Dr. Craig Bailey 

Three Hundred and One Hundred Twenty-five... 

These are the two anniversaries we are celebrating simultaneously at the 2007 Fall Meeting of 
Buncombe Baptists. The first Baptist Association in America began 300 years ago, signaling the 
desire of Baptists to join together for mutual support and missions partnership. 

Buncombe Baptist Association began in 1882. After planning meetings held at Bethel Baptist 
Church, a handful of churches held the first organizational meeting at Flat Creek Baptist Church. 
Today we meet 125 years later as an association of 94 churches with ministries and missions 
reaching around the world. As you enjoy the Parade of Flags tonight, let's thank God for the ability 
to touch the world for Christ from our association. 

Partnership Missions... Our churches continue to set the example for others in giving to and 
going for missions. In the past year many of our churches have continued to help finish the work 
we started in Gulfport, MS, after Hurricane Katrina. This project with NC Baptist Men will have 
completed 700 homes by the end of this year. There will be continued opportunities to assist the 
gulf region with other projects for years to come. 

We are two years into our Wyoming Partnership. Buncombe Baptists from ten churches 
participated in three weeks of projects in 2007 in Lyman, Green River, Casper, Opal and Granger. 
In 2008 the first ever Regional Prayer Conference will be held April 10-1 1 in Casper, featuring NC 
Baptists and other SBC leaders as we pray for revival and spiritual awakening in the Rocky 
Mountain region. Leaders include Will Graham, James Walker, Carl Setterlind, Richard 
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In the summer of 2008 we will be building a mission church in Opal, Wyoming. The team is being 
coordinated by Wayne Smith with Experiencing God Through Missions. If you can come to 
participate in construction, or in a possible VBS or other outreach events following construction, 
please sign up at the EGTM display or call Susie at our office during the week. We also needs 
funds for building materials and supplies, which can be designated to the Opal project with EGTM 
or BBA. 

New Partnerships. ..Some of our churches have already participated in the Mexico project that 
was started by Charles Alonso, Clark Henderson and the Newbridge Baptist Church. We will 
officially begin this work in earnest in 2008, expecting great things from God as we take more 
Baptists south of the border. And, for those who cannot participate in the trips that are longer and 
farther away, we have joined with the North American Mission Board to participate in Arms Around 
the Triangle in the fastest-growing area of South Carolina. These projects are only a half-day's 
drive and can be weekend or week-long projects for your church. Scott Shields is the coordinator 

Did you know... Buncombe Baptists hosted 400 World Changers, 160 Youth on Mission, and 32 
AXIS students this past summer? Thanks to Biltmore Baptist for hosting and housing World 
Changers and the 30+ churches that participated in one or all of these projects. These students 
had a tremendous impact on our region in a short amount of time. Pray as we look forward to 
2008 with students once again coming to Asheville to help us touch people with the Gospel 
message. Youth on Mission and AXIS are already planning to return with some other possible 
groups in the works. 

Seminary Extension... Classes began in September of 2006. The Fall Semester is in full swing 
having started on September 1 1 . If you would like to take a course in the Spring, pick up a 
registration packet from Susie Black and watch the Heartbeat or the website for course 
information. Courses may be taken for credit or personal enrichment. 

New Churches... At our last fall meeting you heard Jeff Smith, leader of the Cowboy Church 
Network, talk about the start of Blue Ridge Cowboy Church. It did start in January, and has been a 
fast-growing, people-reaching congregation that also supports associational and Cooperative 
Program missions! Anywhere from 150 to over 200 people worship each Tuesday night at the 
WNC Ag Center and the Blue Ridge Cowboy Church. This new church will be one of our top 
churches in baptisms for 2007. 

Blue Ridge will also help sponsor our newest Cowboy Church in North Buncombe. As I am writing 
this report, the groundwork and sponsorships are coming together to kick off this congregation 
sometime this Fall. Rev. Gene Blankenship will be the pastor. 

We are also excited about welcoming our newest church plants into watch care of the association 
this year. Missio Dei Church and Mosaic Church are cutting-edge churches attempting to reach 
into unreached cultural groups around Asheville. Missio Dei launched in September, even as 
Pastor Kurt Hannah and wife, Shannon, welcomed the birth of their third child. Missio Dei is 
meeting at Grace Baptist, while Mosaic is meeting at Haywood Street Methodist Church under the 
leadership of Pastor Mark Houghton. 

One of our newer church plants combined with one of our existing, struggling churches to form 
Mills Gap Baptist Church last November. Continue to pray for Pastor John Davis and Becky as 
they work hard to grow the church. Their son, Kyle, was diagnosed with leukemia earlier this year. 



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Many of you have continued to pray for and support this young church planter and his family. 
Thank you! 

Strengthening our Existing Churches... Our Church Health Team is now fully organized and 
available to assist your church. We can conduct the Church Health Survey and give personalized 
consultation to meet your church's specific needs. We mentored six BBA churches in the healthy 
Sunday School process in 2007 and will look for another group to mentor in the coming year. 

Pray for our churches that have lost pastors or staff ministers this year. I will be glad to assist you 
in training and supporting your pastor search team or other search teams your church may need. 
Susie Black maintains our ministerial resume file, which always has a collection of information you 
can use, whether your church is looking for a pastor, staff minister or interim pastor. 

We have sought to simplify our organization in the past year, so we can be available to assist our 
churches more readily. Although we have made great strides, we still have a long way to go. Pray 
for our Constitution and By-laws Committee. They will have the task of updating our foundational 
documents to reflect these changes and presenting them in the coming year. Thank you for the 
opportunity to serve Buncombe Baptists! 

CHURCH AND COMMUNITY MINISTRIES 
Norma Melton 

A husband and wife who provide one of the entertainment rides each year at the Mountain State 
Fair made a comment to me a couple of years ago. The comment reflects how volunteers in 
Buncombe Baptist Association do ministry. The couple shared that they travel many places with 
their ride; they see many different religious groups handing out Bibles; however, they see our 
volunteers not only handing out Bibles but "doing what the Bible says to do". Thank you, 
Buncombe Baptists, for serving with this spirit! 

In October of 2006 we sponsored the first fall 1-26 Rest Area Ministry. Along with Rest Area 
Ministry at Easter and Memorial Day, hundreds of people were greeted in Jesus' name. It is 
always amazing to see how many needs are met of believers as well as nonbelievers at the Rest 
Areas. 

Under the leadership of Edwina Messer, associational WMU director, WMU leadership training 
was provided in October. On November 6 WMU sponsored Baptist Women World Day of Prayer 
events in several districts of our association. The month of November ladies were busy preparing 
Red Boxes to be distributed to various agencies and organizations during the Christmas season. 
On December 5 WMU sponsored a party for the inmates at Black Mountain Women's 
Correctional Facility where Jesus was shared with the inmates. Other events sponsored by 
WMU were the annual WMU meeting and an appreciation dinner for pastors and wives. Edwina 
Messer is also serving as our Christian Women's Job Corps coordinator. Through this ministry 
women are being matched with mentors who provide a "hands up" support system. 

To Buncombe Baptist Christmas always includes Angel Tree®, a ministry of Prison Fellowship. In 
December almost 400 children and their families were touched with the love of Jesus. Also, 
though a partnership with Asheville Buncombe Community Christian Ministries hundreds of other 
children were able to receive gifts through the Holiday Angel Ministry. 



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The Buncombe Baptist Chorale, under the direction of Don Welborn, filled the lobby of Grove 
Park Inn with music sharing the Christmas story with people from many areas of the world. Also, in 
the spring and in the fall the Chorale lifted the name of Jesus through worship services on Sunday 
afternoons. 

We were fortunate to have three summer college student missionaries who served in churches 
and associational events throughout the summer. Missionaries were Jonathan Eller, Caroline 
Burkett and Angela Bollo. Also, Morgan Haynes, a high school senior, served an internship 
through the Buncombe County School system. She worked for one semester doing her first period 
class receiving credit at Erwin High School. 

Jane Allison has continued to serve as a consultant in the area of literacy. She has assisted 

churches in the areas of Tutoring Children and Youth and English as a Second Language. The 

need continues to increase for both of these areas of ministry. 

Buncombe Baptists were present at a booth in downtown Asheville during Bele Chere. Once 

again believers and nonbelievers experienced a Christian witness through the diaper changing 

station. 

Children's Choir Camp and Children's Mission Camp gave opportunities for children to have 
hands on experiences and opportunities to fellowship among churches. Seeing people who were 
at one time campers in leadership roles at Mission Camp was a blessing. 

The Western North Carolina Mountain State Fair Ministry Team under the leadership of Wayne 
Higgins continues to be blessed by God. The ministry continues to expand and opportunities to 
share the compassion and concern that Jesus taught us continue to grow. This is the largest 
ministry that brings several associations together in North Carolina to serve our Lord. 

Under the leadership of Phyllis Smith over 300 senior adults enjoyed a fellowship at First Baptist 
Church, Swannanoa in September 2007. After a delicious meal the seniors delighted in hearing 
the Land of the Sky Boys quartet. 

Our churches continue to be encouraged to prayerwalk in their communities. The associational 
staff also takes time to prayerwalk in the Asheville area. 

I am grateful to have had several opportunities to share in some of our churches throughout the 
year. Also, I have participated in an On Mission Celebration in Kansas at the request of the 
North American Mission Board. A highlight for me this year was participating in an associational 
sponsored mission trip to Wyoming. The needs are tremendous in Wyoming. Please continue to 
pray for the partnership that Buncombe Association has with this area. 



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INASMUCH 



OPERATION aa if^Cl Across North Carolina on A P ril 19 < 2008 ' churches 

HI will be simultaneously involved in Operation 

Inasmuch. OPERATION INASMUCH is a one-day 
mission blitz by church folk in their community. 

Mobilizing Believers In Their Community r 

Matthew sew All ages in the church can mobilize to do what the 

Bible says to do. Matthew 25:40 reads, "...I say unto you, inasmuch as ye have done it 
unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me. " 



IN MEMORIAM 

Since our fall meeting, October 2006, a total of 249 persons "have fought the good fight, have 
finished the course, and have kept the faith." There were five deacons, two ordained ministers, 
and one pastor's wife. 

Recommendation is made that the 2007 Buncombe Baptist Association Minutes be dedicated to 
Reverend HobartShope, Jr., Ridgeway; Dr. Robert Harris, Sulphur Springs Park, Bertie Phillips, 
wife of pastor Charles Phillips of Macedonia, and Ruth Bell Graham. 



ORDINATIONS TEAM 
October 2006-October 2007 

The Ordinations Team counts it a privilege to assist churches in examining and recommending 
candidates to the gospel ministry. At the request of the member church, the Team examines a 
candidate and recommends him back to the member church for ordination. The church is then 
responsible to ordain the candidate, usually in an ordination service. 

The following candidates were examined for ordination to the gospel ministry. 

Jerry Wagner, Reed Memorial Baptist Church, January 15, 2007 

Scott Holmquist, Bent Creek Baptist Church, May 14, 2007 

Daniel Reese, The Celebration Church, August 7, 2007 

Jeff Hudson, Arden First Baptist Church, August 29, 2007 

CHURCH PLANTING/MEMBERSHIP TEAM 

The church Planting/Membership Team recommends that the following churches be received into 
watch care. 

• Missio Dei, Reverend Kurt Hannah, Pastor 

• Mosaic Church, Reverend Mark Houghton, Pastor 

This year we lost one of our team members, Samuel Rodriquez, to serve the South Carolina 
Baptist Convention as Hispanic Church Planting Consultant. We wish Samuel and his family the 
best as he leads SC Baptists to reach Hispanic people. 



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Remember to pray for our current and future church starts. The Blue Ridge Cowboy Church has 
been a great success. We hope to start a second cowboy church in the North Buncombe area 
soon. Also, pray for our new team members, Mike Anderson and Sabas Amador. 



CHRISTIAN LIFE AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS ANNUAL REPORT— 2007 
Gail Harding, Consultant 

In addition to briefly discussing multiple social/moral issues and legislation in the monthly INFO 
PAGE, in October we addressed Election/Political Guidelines in detail. This will be revisited in the 
2008 election year. 

Questions coming to the associational office are referred to me, and I am grateful to help people 
with contacts, info for papers they are writing or debates in which they are participating, etc. 

The issues are ongoing as our culture continues its downward spiral, promoting the secular and 
seeking to remove any religious influence, especially Christian. 

Major concerns include the increased activity of sexual predators, pulpit freedom of speech 
limitations if hate crimes legislation becomes law, increased negative content of TV programming, 
pornography proliferation on the internet, embryonic stem cell research. We will continue to inform 
you in these areas. 

Something positive may come from the interest in a Life at Conception Act, which would declare 
unborn children "persons" as defined by the 14th Amendment to the Constitution, entitled to legal 
protection. The Supreme Court, in the Roe decision, said, "We need not resolve the difficult 
question of when life begins.. .if this suggestion of personhood is established... the fetus' right to 
life is then guaranteed specifically by the (14th ) Amendment." There is hope and we should 
encourage our senators and representative to support a Life at Conception Act. 

I am available to help you with additional information on any of these issues. I appreciate your 
comments and suggestions. Contact me at gailharding@brinet.com 



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Greetings! 

As we begin another school year, we wanted to take this opportunity 
to thank you for your support of the UNC-Asheville Baptist Student Union. 
Last year, your contributions to the BSU helped us to fund various outreach 
and missions projects, thereby enabling us to minister to students as well as 
the Asheville community. 

Highlights for this past year include taking 1 5 students to Mississippi 
during spring break to work with the North Carolina Baptist Men in their 
relief efforts in Gulfport. Additionally, we now have four students serving 
on state-level BSU committees. Also, eight UNCA BSU students served as 
summer missionaries as close as Ridgecrest and as far away as Sri Lanka. 

This year, we have a devoted and energetic student leadership team, 
and our hope is to reach more students on our campus. School has just 
begun, and we are doing many outreach events. Please pray for us as we 
endeavor to minister to our campus with the hope of Christ. Again, we 
appreciate your financial support and your continued prayers for the UNCA 
BSU. 



Blessings, 




David and Christin Stone 



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Craggy Correctional Center Chapel Fund, Inc. 

Special Ministry Report for Buncombe Baptist Association 

September 2006 - August 2007 



Activity 


Number 
of Activity 


Inmate 
Participants 


Volunteer 
Participants 


Protestant Worship Services 


468 


3,956 


1,010 


Protestant Scripture Studies 


444 


3,227 


617 


Inmate Baptisms (Christian) 




107 




Catholic Services 


35 


96 


84 


Inmates Counseled by Chaplains 




2,266 




Visiting Religious Library 




1,620 




Listing to Audio Religious Material 




179 




Watching Religious DVD/Videos 




1,520 




Pastoral/Religious Visits 


25 






Bibles Given 


145 






Religious Books Given 


1,322 + 






Religious Books Checked Out 


476 + 






Christian Greeting Cards Given 


7,022 + 







Special Events Held 

September 2006 - August 2007 



• Al Jones Toys for Children of inmates • Angel Tree • AG & Kate Concert 

• Special Easter Services • Special Christmas Services • Acts of Renewal 

• Week-long Evangelistic Services • Christmas Party with bags given to all Inmates & Staff 

• Great Dad's Seminar • "One Day With God" Camp (19 Inmates and 28 of their Children) 

• Christian Movies Shown [Craggy Chapel Fund Purchased License] • Pastoral Visits 

• Eleven (11) Weekly Christian Church Service an Scripture Studies • CROP Walk 



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Report for 2007 Book of Reports 

Office of GuideStone Financial Resources for the Baptist State Convention of NC, Inc. 

The GuideStone Team has been extremely busy during this past year to ensure prompt and accurate 
delivery of information related to retirement, insurance, staff compensation, tax issues, etc. that 
impact dramatically the care of persons who serve on church staff here in North Carolina. We 
celebrated the retirement of Amy Strickland as Administrative Specialist on our team and welcomed 
Betty Pleasant to that ministry position after a number of years in the convention's administrative 
offices. We are very grateful for the ministry of these ladies in assisting church staff and key church 
leaders. 

On January 2, 2007, Guidestone Financial Resources, an agency of the Southern Baptist Convention 
headquartered in Dallas, Texas, introduced a new family of funds, My Destination Funds, which are 
date targeted to a retirement participant's projected retirement date at some point in the future. For 
those participants who choose to invest using these funds the hassle of keeping up with an 
appropriate asset allocation as the participant grows older is now removed. These funds are 
professionally managed and the asset allocation is adjusted automatically as the participant ages. 
This is a "great and wondrous" development since many church staff are focused primarily on 
ministry to people rather than managing their retirement account. Furthermore, the retirement funds 
at GuideStone exceeded their respective mutual fund peer universe median as measured by Lipper 
rankings during this past year. 

The successful transition to a single provider for medical insurance for the GuideStone medical 
plans reaped great rewards as 57% of Personal Plan participants received no rate increase or a 
reduction in premiums. This is a "great and wonderful" thing for those who are covered with 
GuideStone medical insurance. Life and disability coverage continues to be tweaked to meet the 
needs of our church employees. Beginning with the 2007 fall semester all students enrolled at one 
of the Southern Baptist seminaries (we have Southeastern Seminary in North Carolina) will be 
covered with $10,000 of life insurance at no cost to the student and the 3 1 day of open enrollment 
from matriculation for new students continues to be very attractive. 

The Church Retirement Plan is a major emphasis of the GuideStone team. We are working hard to 
educate church staff and key church leaders to the best retirement plan on the market today for 
employees of our Baptist churches. On April 1 of this year annual church budget eligibility 
requirements for the Mission/Church Assistance Fund were dramatically adjusted from the previous 
requirement of less than $40,000 per year to less than $75,000 per year. Many of our church pastors 
will now qualify to receive $50 per month for a five year period, but they must be active participants 
in the church retirement plan to receive this "great and wonderful" benefit. 

Finally, we gladly promote the Endowment ministry at GuideStone to provide ongoing and one- 
time financial assistance to retired ministers and widows of ministers who are living in poverty. As 
of March 31, we had 204 North Carolinians, who have met the very strict guidelines and are 
receiving financial assistance from GuideStone Financial Resources. Please assist us in identifying 
those persons who might qualify for this assistance. 

In closing, it is our strong desire to serve all of our churches and their employees with the 
appropriate information/products to meet their needs. For more information call the Baptist State 
Convention of NC at 1.800.395.5102 extensions 5594 or 5595, visit our Web site at 
www.ncbaptist.org . call GuideStone at 1.888.984.8433, or visit the new and redesigned GuideStone 
Web site at www.GuideStone . org . 

Johnny E. Ross 
GuideStone State Representative 

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BAPTIST CHILDREN'S HOMES OF NORTH CAROLINA 

(July 2006-July 2007) 

Oak Ranch added to ministry. . .Baptist Children's Homes (BCH) entered into a 
relationship with Oak Ranch, a residential program for at-risk boys, to manage the 
facility. Located on the Lee-Harnett County line near Broadway, Oak Ranch features two 
existing cottages, administrative buildings and an eight-horse equine therapy component. 

"This is a historic event," said BCH President Michael C. Blackwell. "Baptist 
Children's Homes and Oak Ranch share a vision to provide hope and healing to children. 
This is a natural merger, and we look into the future with great hope and tremendous 
expectation." 

Plans are in place to accept boys into care at Oak Ranch beginning in October, 
2007, but the property and Oak Ranch's distinctive equine therapy program are already 
being utilized by BCH residents and staff members from the institution's statewide 
locations. 

New Program Helps Children With Intensive Challenges. . .BCH's new Level III 
program outreaches to children who are struggling to overcome a greater degree of 
emotional and behavioral issues. The service is designed to provide a highly structured 
and supervised residential environment that is responsive to the need for intensive, active 
therapeutic treatment and interventions. 

Currently, BCH offers Level III child care services at Kennedy Home in Kinston 
and Moody Home in Franklin. 

Developmental Disabilities Ministry Continues To Grow. . .On August 27, 2006, 
members of the Three Forks association, BCH staff and other supporters gathered for the 
dedication ceremony of two new Developmental Disabilities Ministry (DDM) homes for 
developmentally disabled adults in Zionville 

The Three Forks Home is named in honor of the association for gifting the 
original Camp Joy property for the new homes. Lindsay Home is named in memory of 
Winifred B. Lindsay who donated a lead gift of $400,000. Churches, businesses, 
organizations and other community friends helped raise funds to build the homes. The 
new DDM homes are a part of Joy Cove Ministries serving families in Watauga County 
and the surrounding community. 

BCH held a groundbreaking ceremony on September 10, 2006 to celebrate the 
expansion of its Developmental Disabilities Ministry to Sanford. BCH recently began 
building the two group homes to serve special needs adults in the Lee County area. 

The Sanford based ministry has been tapped Willett Ministries. Jane Willett- 
Cromer, a resident of Gulf and mother of a developmentally disabled adult, gave three 
and a half acres of land for the Sanford-based homes to BCH in the memory of her 
husband Howard. 



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BCH and Cross Road Retirement Community in Asheboro hosted a "Laying the 
Foundation" ceremony on October 14, 2006. The ceremony celebrated the construction 
of BCH's new DDM group home. The group home is located on the Cross Road 
Retirement Community campus which is owned by Cross Road Baptist Church. It will be 
called "The Asheboro Home," and dedication ceremonies are scheduled for August 26, 
2007. 

The 3,000 square-foot facility offers a residence for six developmentally disabled 
adult women and will serve families in Randolph County and the surrounding 
community. The home was built in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Housing and 
Urban Development (HUD). BCH will operate the home, providing the services and the 
staff. 

Baptists Touch BCH Through Technology. . .Children in BCH's care greeted 
Messengers at the 2006 annual session of the Baptist State Convention at the Greensboro 
Coliseum through the power of technology. Using a web camera link, five children at 
Mills Home in Thomasville carried on live, real-time conversations with convention 
attendees and thanked them for their love and support. Mills Home children answered 
questions and gave "high fives" to Messengers who viewed them on a large, flat panel 
display screen. 

New Website Introduced. . .BCH also introduced the redesigned BCH Family 
(www.bchfamily.org) website during the November convention. The new website offers 
streamlined navigation making it easy to find information about BCH's statewide 
services and a variety of ways to support the ministry. New features include online 
journals and photo galleries from the ministries locations around the state. 

Charity & Children Marks 120 Years. . .Charity & Children (C&C) marked its 120th 
anniversary in 2007. Throughout its history, it has been a strong voice speaking for 
Baptist Children's Homes conveying news, information, and children's success stories. 
The free publication is mailed to as many as 62,000 subscribers a month, with estimated 
readership in excess of 1 70,000 per issue. 

Seven year C&C editor Jim Edminson introduced a new look for the paper in 
January utilizing concisely written stories, the use of vivid, large photos, ample white 
space, and contemporary artwork to make the publication more approachable to readers. 

The BCH news publication is produced each month by its publisher and BCH 
president Michael C. Blackwell, Edminson, and Blake Ragsdale who was named 
Managing Editor in late 2006. 

BCH Named One Of Triad's "Best Places To Work". . . BCH was a finalist in the Triad 
Business Journal's annual "Best Places to Work" competition. The institution finished in 
the elite four of the "charitable nonprofits" category. BCH president Michael C. 
Blackwell, accompanied by members of his President's Management Group, accepted the 
award at a ceremony in High Point. 

BCH's state administration offices, Mills Home residential campus and Weekday 
Education facilities in Thomasville, and group homes for developmentally disabled adults 
in Winston-Salem comprise BCH's Triad area services. 



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THE NORTH CAROLINA BAPTIST FOUNDATION, INC. 
2006 ANNUAL REPORT 

The mission of the North Carolina Baptist Foundation since its inception in 1920 has been to assist 
the Convention and its institutions and agencies in increasing an awareness among North Carolina 
Baptists of Christian estate stewardship principles as a means of financially undergirding churches, 
institutions and mission endeavors on a permanent basis. The uniqueness of the ministries and 
services provided by the institutions and General Board staff merits increased financial support. 
The Foundation accomplishes these objectives by offering assistance in estate planning counsel, 
Will preparation, planned giving, charitable remainder trusts, endowment funds and church fund 
management. 

During 2006, the Foundation assisted individuals in establishing 49 endowment funds and 8 
charitable remainder trusts totaling $2.6 million and received $6.5 million in contributions to existing 
endowments, all of which will ultimately benefit countless Baptist causes on a permanent basis. 
Programs were provided for churches and associations during the year to promote Make Your Will 
Month, Christian estate stewardship and church fund management. Over $2.6 million from 
churches and institutions came under management to enhance numerous ministries including 
scholarships, building funds, cemetery funds, benevolence funds, general operating funds and 
other various mission causes. Overall, the Foundation received $1 1 .7 million in contributions 
during 2006 for Christian causes. 

The Foundation employs professional money managers to invest these funds according to an 
investment policy adopted by its Board. Four investment pools are offered: a growth fund, a 
balanced fund, an income fund and a fixed income fund. The Foundation uses the services of 
Salomon Smith Barney to help select top money managers and evaluate performance. As of 
December 31, 2006, the Foundation held $153.1 million under management. 

During 2006, our distributions totaled $8.4 million, with charity receiving $5.9 million and 
individuals, through trusts, receiving $2.5 million. During the 86-year history of The North Carolina 
Baptist Foundation, Inc., $31 .6 million has been distributed to individuals and $59.2 million to 
Baptist churches, institutions and mission causes for a grand historical total of $90.8 million. 

C. V. Bailes, Chairman, Board of Directors 
M. Clay Warf, Executive Director 

The North Carolina Baptist Foundation, Inc. 
2006 Distributions 




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2007 Report to the Associations 



North Carolina Baptist Hospital 




"Touching Lives Wtth Hope 



[ MISSION OF HEALING 

In 1923, Baptist Hospital began as a "missionary enterprise" of the Baptist State Convention of 
Jorth Carolina to extend the healing ministry of Jesus Christ. In the Bible, healing is God's work 
f restoring well-being and wholeness - body, mind and spirit - to one who is broken. In 2007, our 
lission of healing is reaching thousands of hurting people, combining the leading edge of medicine 
vdth the grace of compassion. As God's servants, we consider our mission to be a great privilege 
nd responsibility. 

1IGHLIGHTS AT NORTH CAROLINA BAPTIST HOSPITAL 

v Leading Provider of Medical Care in the United States 

• We are ranked as one of "America's Best Hospitals" by U.S. News and World Report (2006), 
and one of the top 50 hospitals (of over 6,000) since 1993. 

• "The Best Doctors in America" (2005) includes 149 physicians from the Medical Center. Less 
than 10% of U.S. hospitals have doctors listed in this ranking. 

• Our Comprehensive Cancer Center, a national leader in cancer care and research, is home to 
13 cancer specialists listed among "America's Top Doctors for Cancer 2006." 

• Our Heart Center is an internationally recognized leader in state-of-the-art cardiac treatment 
and research. 

• Our patient satisfaction scores are among the nation's best, in the top 3 percent compared 
to our peers (Press Ganey and Associates). 

nformation and Appointments 

b make an appointment for yourself or a family member with one of our physicians or to receive 
iformation on health related issues, please contact HEALTH ON-CALL® at 800-446-2255 or 
36-716-2255. Our web site is www.wfubmc.edu. 

>/E SCHOOL OF PASTORAL CARE: 

AISSION PARTNERS WITH NORTH CAROLINA BAPTISTS 

As partners with North Carolina Baptists, we are fulfilling our mission of "providing ministries 
f growth, hope and healing in the Spirit of Christ" We are very grateful for the support of 
Cooperative Program Missions Giving, allowing us to broaden the healing reach of Christ through 
hree vital ministries. 

rareNet's Pastoral Counseling Centers provide compassionate, highly skilled, faith-integrated 
ounseling to hurting individuals, couples and families. 

• Our statewide network of 19 counseling centers extends the ministry of churches. 

• Among the largest pastoral counseling ministries in the nation, CareNet will provide 27,000 
hours of counseling in 2007. 

• Thanks to the support of N.C. Baptists, counseling is provided at a reasonable cost and 
subsidized for clients who need assistance. No one is turned away due to lack of resources 
to pay. 

• "My CareNet counselor saved my life, walking along beside me, never giving up on me, and 
telling me God would never leave me." 

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2007 Report to the Associations - North Carolina Baptist Hospital 



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The Center for Congregational Health is helping churches grow stronger through ministries of 
expert consultation and education. 

• We serve approximately 25 churches per month with long range planning, strategies to 
energize congregations, and conflict reconciliation. 

• 600 ministers and church leaders per year receive leadership training in a variety of 
educational events. 

• Since 1992, we have trained over 1,800 clergy for interim ministry. 

• "I'm very grateful for the excellent training and practical guidance I received to help the 
church through difficult times." 

The Chaplaincy and Pastoral Education Department provides compassionate spiritual care to our 
patients and families and specialized pastoral care training for ministers. 

• 54,015 ministry contacts were made in 2006. 

• 66 ministers received training in 2006 through our Clinical Pastoral Education programs. 

• Worship services for patients, families and staff are held every Sunday, Monday, Wednesday 
and Friday in our Davis Memorial Chapel. 

• "My training at Baptist Hospital was life-changing and I'm so thankful." 

THE MOTHER'S DAY OFFERING: CARE IN THE NAME OF CHRIST'S LOVE 

Thanks to the Christ-centered compassion of North Carolina Baptists, the Mother's Day Offering 
received $708,600 in 2006, exceeding the generosity of any previous year. Every dollar of every gift 
helps patients in serious financial need pay hospital bills for care received at Baptist. Having too 
much to qualify for government assistance, but not enough to pay bills they are responsible for, they 
feel the hand of God lifting their burdens. 

"I thank North Carolina Baptists with all my heart for helping families like mine in times of need. We were 
so worried about my hospital bill and struggling under the burden. We are extremely relieved and grateful. I 
have said many prayers of thanks to God for helping us." 

"We are very, very thankful for the Mother's Day Offering. We were so frightened by all the medical bills we 
didn't know how to pay. This gift was a miracle from God and made the biggest difference in our lives." 

"We are so relieved and grateful for the minister's subsidy at Baptist Hospital."- N.C. Baptist pastor 

The minister's subsidy covers up to 25% of the hospital bills of ministers (and their dependents) 
serving N.C. Baptist churches for care received at Baptist Hospital. $76,785 was provided in 2006, 
made possible by the Hospital's W.K. McGee Patient Service Fund and the Mother's Day Offering. 

CLOSING WORDS FROM THE PRESIDENT 

Every day at Baptist Hospital our founding mission of healing is being advanced, from the 
expertise of modern medicine and technology to the grace of compassion and simple kindness. We 
are committed to being one of the best hospitals in the nation. We are humbled to see God's healing 
mercy at work through the care we seek to provide. On behalf of our staff, thank you for being 
partners with us in this sacred mission of hope. 

Respectfully submitted, 



Donny C. Lambeth 
Interim President 
Chief Operating Officer 
North Carolina Baptist Hospital 



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2007 Annual Report 

Baptist Retirement Homes of North Carolina 

to the Baptist Churches 

Our Partners in Caring 



At Baptist Retirement Homes not only are 
physical needs met but spiritual needs as well. At 
our Western North Carolina Baptist Home in 
Asheville, at the Brookridge Retirement Community 
in Winston-Salem, at the Gardens of Taylor Glen in 
Concord, at The Taylor House in Albemarle, and at 
the Hamilton Baptist Home in Hamilton our 
Baptist chaplains serve as faithful reminders that 
"God is our refuge and strength." 

In addition to regular worship services and Bible 
studies, personal visits with the chaplain enrich the 
lives of the residents. 




Baptist Retirement 
Homes Chaplains 



Because of your partnership with us — Baptist 
Retirement Homes is now serving more than 
700 Older Adults in our five locations across 
North Carolina. 



Because of your partnership with us — Baptist 
Retirement Homes provides a full range of services 
to Older Adults including independent living, 
assisted living and nursing care as well as special 
programming for those with. dementia-related 
disorders such as Alzheimer's Disease. 

Because of your partnership with us — Baptist 
Retirement Homes is a leader in giving care to 
Older Adults who lack sufficient financial resources 
to pay the full cost of the care they need and 
deserve. Sixty percent of our nursing care residents 
receive financial assistance and thirty- five percent 
of our assisted living care residents receive 
assistance. This care is made possible by 
gifts from our Baptist churches. In 
2006, funds received from North 
Carolina Baptists totaled 
approximately $1.4 million. 

Because of your partnership with us 

Our commitment for the years ahead is 
to continue to bring the highest level of care to 
as many Older Adults as we possibly can — both 
those with financial resources and those who need 
financial assistance. We are counting on our Baptist 
churches to ". . . not forget to do good and to share 
with others, for with such sacrifice God is pleased. " 
Hebrews 13:16. 



More Questions? 
Call the Baptist Elder Care Network 



1-800-887-7410 



Luther Osment, Assistant to the President 
Baptist Retirment Homes of North Carolina, Incorporated 

1912 Bethabara Road • Winston-Salem, NC 27106 
336-725-0202 • www.brh.org 




BAPTIST RETIREMENT HOMES 

OF NORTH CAROLINA, INCORPORATED 



Proudly Serving Older Adults Since 1951 



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Dear Associationai Leadership, 

The theme of this year's 1 77^ Baptist State Convention's annual session focuses 
upon the Great and Wondrous Things that God has been doing in and through North 
Carolina Baptists. I hope that as you gather to celebrate the many Great and 
Wondrous Things that God has been doing through the churches of your association 
this year, that you will join the Council on Christian Higher Education as we, too, 
celebrate God's work on the college and university campuses of institutions of higher 
education that cooperate with the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. 

The student body of each campus is growing, new facilities are being built, and 
students are provided with opportunities to grow academically and spiritually. Allow 
me to provide an example of only a few of the Great and Wondrous Things that God 
has done on each of the five campuses this year: 

Campbell University -2,835 undergraduate students; establishment of a football 
program; construction of a new convocation center and new chapel. 

Chowan University -significant renovations underway; improvement of athletic 
facilities; growth of endowments now totaling over $21 million dollars; numerous 
students participated in missions trips and journeys to the Holy Land. 

Gardner-Webb University - nearly 4,000 students from 34 states and 33 countries; 
new facilities for students with disabilities; new degree program - Master of Arts in 
Religion; marching band established; numerous students participated in missions trips to 
the Gulf Coast region, Canada, and Ecuador. 

Mars Hill College -celebrated 150 th anniversary; mission teams to Honduras, 
Greece, and New Orleans; established teacher education graduate degree program; 
new math and science building underway; renovations to athletic facilities. 

Wingate University - over 1 ,800 students; 57 graduates comprised the School of 
Pharmacy's first graduating class; students involved in supporting the hunger relief 
efforts of the Charlotte Men's Shelter and Harvest Food Bank. 

This year, undergraduate students were given the opportunity to apply for the 
Convention's Baptist Scholars Program scholarships on-line. The new application 
process is faster, easier, and much less complicated than the former paper 
applications. 

I also hope that you will make plan? to attend the annual session of the Baptist 
State Convention of North Carolina, to be held in Greensboro on Monday, November 
12 through Wednesday, November 14. Please plan to stay for the Council on Christian 
Higher Education presentation on Wednesday as the council will be highlighting the 
Great and Wondrous Things God is doing in the lives of Baptist students as they "Call to 
Me ..." Jeremiah 33 : 3. 

I remind you that your generous gifts to the Cooperative Program provide 
important support to these five schools through scholarships and other unrestricted 
funds. These five schools, Campbell University, Chowan University, Gardner-Webb 
University, Mars Hill College, and Wingate University, strive to provide educational 
opportunities from a Christian world view with a Baptist distinctive and are able to do so 
as you both give and pray for students, faculty, and campus leadership alike. 

Brian K. Davis 

Executive Director 

Council on Christian Higher Education 

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MARS HILL COLLEGE 

The 150 th anniversary of Mars Hill College's ministry in the mountains of western North Carolina has 
provided ample evidence that God is still doing great and wondrous things here. A look around the campus 
reveals much physical evidence, but there is much more happening than simply new construction. 

Our enrollment continues to move in a positive direction, thanks to the hard work of our admissions office 
staff (in conjunction with the entire campus community), and we expect more great things to come in that 
area in the days ahead. We're just a few weeks into the second year of a five-year, $2 million federal Title III 
Strengthening Institutions project that is enabling MHC to address many issues which impact small colleges' 
ability to attract, retain, and graduate students. Through this project and related initiatives we will be in 
excellent position to meet our institutional goal of increasing traditional student enrollment to 1,200 by 201 1. 

The ministry of Mars Hill is also being revealed through the work of Chaplain Todd Boling; Dr. Gordon 
Benton, our Director of Church and Community Relations; and the various student ministries on campus. 
Rev. Boling is helping continue a renewal of student interest and involvement in spiritual life, not only 
through our weekly Crossroads chapel services, but also through in-the-field mission work. As has been a 
long tradition at Mars Hill, several groups of students chose to spend their spring break, not relaxing at the 
beach, but rather in mission service around the world. The Christian Student Movement group worked in an 
orphanage and the surrounding community in Honduras; several students in the Refuge student ministry 
spent their break in Thessaloniki, Greece, working in a Gypsy village and on a Greek college campus; and 
the LifeWorks program took a team to New Orleans to continue ongoing hurricane recovery efforts that 
MHC students and staff have been involved with since the devastating storms of 2005. The past year, 
through the work of Dr. Benton, also saw the renewal of one of Mars Hill's longtime ministries: our 
conferences for pastors. We welcomed three dynamic ministers to campus for these conferences — Dr. 
Charles Chandler, Dr. Chuck Bugg, and Dr. Jim Henry — not to mention the local church pastors and other 
ministers who attended the conferences. 

God is also doing wondrous things in the academic realm at Mars Hill. Our first Spring SLAM (Student 
Liberal Arts Mosaic) was a resounding success, as students exhibited, performed, displayed, and otherwise 
presented their research, performance, and creativity. Plans are already well underway for the second SLAM 
in the coming spring semester. Our athletes regularly receive recognition for their activities on the court and 
field, but we're also proud of their academic achievements. Several individual athletes received conference 
and regional "all academic team" recognition; two were named Academic All Americans; the women's cross 
country team earned national All-Academic Team Honors; and the women's basketball team was ranked for 
the second straight year in the Top 25 Team Honor Roll, which is based on the highest team grade point 
average among the NCAA's three divisions, NAIA, and junior/community colleges. Along with this good 
academic news comes more exciting news. At its spring meeting, the MHC board of trustees approved 
moving forward with plans to establish the college's first graduate level program, which will be in teacher 
education. 

As for the (literal) concrete physical evidence, the landscape of the Mars Hill campus continues to grow. The 
Ferguson Math and Science Center is well on its way to completion as MHC's first new academic building in 
three decades. Our football team just played its last home game of the season over the weekend on our brand 
new field turf playing surface. That's just one of the major improvements to our primary athletic stadium, 
which has been totally upgraded with new grandstands and the new Scott Merrill Press Box, allowing our 
football, soccer, and lacrosse teams to play and practice in a state of the art facility. 

Wayne Higgins, chair of trustees 
Dan G. Lunsford, president 

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ANNUAL REPORT 

Fruitland Baptist Bible institute 

July 2006-June 2007 

Students at Fruitland Baptist Bible Institute are here basically because they have received a call 
from God to serve him. Many of them are older. One student, after hearing other students 
talking about running from God, said, "If these professors don't let up, I am going to run some 
more." He graduated from Fruitland with an Associates degree. He recently received his 
Bachelor's degree from another school. We have students who come to Fruitland with a high 
school diploma. They get a G.E.D. and finish Fruitland. Many of them have completed Master's 
degrees and even Doctorates. 

Christian education has been going on here at Fruitland since 1899. The campus was 
purchased by the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina in the early 1940's as a site for a 
conference center. Fruitland Baptist Bible Institute actually began on this campus in 1946. 

A personal visit became the catalyst for the actual beginning of Fruitland as a Bible Institute. Dr. 
J. C. Canipe was the pastor of First Baptist Church of Boone, North Carolina. He learned that a 
fellow pastor in the area, Vilas Minton, was sick and needing some help. Dr. Canipe took a 
supply of groceries to the Minton family. He and Pastor Minton became friends. Later, Pastor 
Minton asked whether Dr. Canipe would start some classes for him and other pastors who had 
not had the opportunity for formal preparation for ministry. Dr. Canipe began some classes in 
the facilities of the First Baptist Church. Several pastors from the surrounding area joined the 
local pastors in attending these classes. Dr. Canipe was invited by the Baptist State Convention 
to move these classes to the Fruitland campus and the Bible institute began. We completed 
sixty years of service in 2006. 

Fruitland continues to serve students with unique needs. Our student body is diverse in ages, 
ethnic and national backgrounds, academic achievement, and spiritual development. The 
common characteristics of these students are faith in Christ, an experience of a call to ministry, 
and a sense of need for basic academic, spiritual, and practical preparation. 

Presently, Fruitland offers an associate degree in religion/church ministries involving two years 
of study. The degree requires either high school graduation or the G.E.D. and the completion of 
one-hundred and twenty-five quarter hours of academic credit. During the 2006-2007 year the 
cumulative, non-duplicated enrollment was 267. Many students go on to other institutions and 
graduate with honors. 

Once again this year many special events took place. We had Founders' Days with Dr. Gray 
Allison from Memphis, Tennessee and Dr. Herb Reavis of Jacksonville, Florida. In October we 
had our annual Alumni Day and Preaching Week. Dr. D. L. Lowrie, retired pastor of First Baptist 
Church, Lubbock, Texas, was a visiting professor. His wife, Alice, spoke for the annual 
Women's Retreat led by Mrs. Ann Ridings. 

Dr. Kenneth Ridings continues to serve as President of Fruitland. The expansion of the chapel 
is well under way. Hopes are high that it will be ready for graduation in December. Fruitland 
continues to fulfill a commitment to be "true to God's Word and loyal to His purpose." We invite 
you to come and visit the campus just east of Hendersonville, North Carolina. Groups from 



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churches can arrange a tour and a meal in our cafeteria. Contact Ken Houston, Director of 
Campus Services, by e-mail at services@fruitland.edu or call 828-685-8886. Our web site may 
be accessed at www.fruitland.edu . 

Thank you, North Carolina Baptists, for establishing and continuing to support the ministry of 
Fruitland Baptist Bible Institute. By doing so you strengthen a kingdom enterprise. 



Your Cooperative Program, 2007 

Throughout 2007 your Cooperative Program continued to be the best way for North 
Carolina Baptists to work together and cooperatively support a global, nationwide and statewide 
program of missions, evangelism and ministry. 

No other program will send a Christian dollar to as many places or touch as many lives for 
God's Kingdom! 

The 2007 Cooperative Program budget is for $37,786,000. It is only when we work together 
as Baptists and consolidate our missions dollars into a single unified budget that we can support 
major ministries and missions projects needed to share the gospel with a lost world! 

Our Cooperative Program supports thousands of missionaries, ministry specialists and 
many types of work, yet it operates quite simply. 

Here's how: 

Each November when North Carolina Baptists hold their annual meeting, they adopt a 
Cooperative Program budget, currently in two-year cycles. That budget determines what work 
we support together and how much. 

During the year congregations of all sizes, located across the state, send in their 
Cooperative Program checks to the Baptist State Convention office in Cary. There the 
accountants divide up the money according to the budget and send it on its way to the many 
ministries we support. 

That's why we say we give through the Cooperative Program, not to it! 

The Cooperative Program is a channel, the way we divide up money among Baptist 
causes we support; it is not a destination. 

This is how we as North Carolina Baptists support five colleges and a Bible institute, a 
major children's home, missions work across North America and around the world, plus a 
newspaper and a foundation. 

Your Cooperative Program also supports the staff of your Baptist State Convention. This 
staff -- your state missionaries -- help hundreds of churches like yours each year in many kinds 
of work, from prayer ministry and church outreach programs to Sunday School and music, to 
discipleship training, insurance and retirement programs for church staffs, among others. 

Your Cooperative Program also provides hefty support to Woman's Missionary Union and 
North Carolina Baptist Men, augmenting the support you and other North Carolina Baptists 
provide these important organizations through the North Carolina Missions Offering. 

Bright outlook 

Consider that more than 1,500 churches increased their Cooperative Program giving 
amount for 2006 over 2005. That means more than a third of the convention's churches have 
voted with their pocketbooks for the 1-3-6 Challenge! 

What's that? It's a challenge to every church to increase its Cooperative Program giving 
by 1 percent of its undesignated receipts over three years. If all convention churches will do so, 



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it will produce $6 million a year in additional funds for the convention's vast program of work! 

Biltmore Baptist church in Arden, led all convention churches on increasing Cooperative 
Program giving - in 2006 the church gave $92,216 more than in 2005! 

And consider the example of Peninsula Baptist Church, Mooresville. 

This amazing 1,300-member congregation led all convention churches in total giving - 
and set a record in the process! Peninsula's members contributed a record $422,607 through 
the Cooperative Program during 2006. 

This was the first time in recent history that a single church gave more than 1 percent of 
the convention's total budget, which is $37.7 million in 2007! 

But that wasn't all. 

Peninsula also placed second in the amount of increase given through the Cooperative 
Program - $69,341 more than in 2005, second only to Biltmore. 

Further, Peninsula gave 26.8 percent of its undesignated receipts through the Cooperative 
Program, making it fourth in percentage giving among convention churches. 

Some churches with much larger budgets than Peninsula's have the potential for joining 
the "1% Fellowship" but they do not come close to matching Peninsula's percentage of giving. 

"Peninsula Baptist in Mooresville is an exceptional church with a great heart for missions," 
said Milton A. Hollifield Jr., executive director-treasurer of the convention. 

All Sizesl 

Peninsula presents a stirring lesson in missions support for congregations that are much 
larger. 

But there are many North Carolina Baptist churches with fewer members which excel in 
missions giving. 

For example, consider Westview Baptist Church in Shelby, led by Pastor Steve Ellis. 
Westview led the convention in total Cooperative Program giving in 2006 among churches with 
fewer than 400 members. 

Westview's 399 members gave $54,012 through the Cooperative Program, which was 
almost 20 percent of their undesignated receipts. That percentage was the third highest for 
Cooperative Program giving among churches with fewer than 400 members. 

Poplar Grove Baptist Church in Boone led the convention in the percentage of 
undesignated receipts given through the Cooperative Program. This 101 -member church led by 
pastor Brian Davis gave slightly more than 20 percent of its undesignated receipts through the 
Cooperative Program. 

Consider Oak Forest Baptist Church in Fletcher, led by senior pastor Matthew Williamson. 
This 294-member congregation gave just over $9,400 through the Cooperative Program in 
2005, nothing in 2006, but then $15,350 in 2007, the biggest increase of any church with fewer 
than 400 members. 

Such reports show that churches of all sizes can participate in one of the world's largest 
programs of Christian missions! 

An ad series in the Biblical Recorder during 2007 featured some of the churches which 
made increases in Cooperative Program giving. The pastors of these churches were happy to 
promote their church's missions support record in this public forum. 

Mud Creek Baptist Church, a Hendersonville church led by pastor Greg Mathis, was 
increasing its Cooperative Program by 6 percent over a three-year period. 

Hopewell Baptist Church in Monroe doubled its Cooperative Program giving for 2007 and 
committed to increase it more for 2008, reported pastor Lee Pigg. In Raleigh, Trinity Baptist 
Church, led by pastor Jeff Roberts, increased its Cooperative Program giving by more than 
$28,000 for 2006. 

Fuquay-Varina Baptist Church, located in the town of the same name, increased its 



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Cooperative Program giving by more than $25,000 and was one of the top overall contributors. 
Chris Conner is pastor. 

These are just a few of the churches which boldly responded to the 1-3-6 Challenge and 
went beyond. Again, that challenge is for every church to increase its giving through the 
Cooperative Program by 1 percent of its undesignated receipts over three years. If all the 
convention-affiliated churches will do so, it would result in an additional $6 million a year for 
missions causes we Baptists hold dear. 

But there's a prior challenge. That challenge is for more North Carolina Baptists to learn 
about the amazing variety and depth of missions, evangelism and ministry they support through 
their Cooperative Program. 

We have had the Cooperative Program since 1925. It has served Baptists so well, that if 
we woke up tomorrow and did not have it, we would rush to recreate the same thing! It is work 
supporting and worth supporting more. 

Giving will skyrocket when all North Carolina Baptists realize there's no other method 
which will send a Christian dollar to more places or touch more lives for God's Kingdom, than a 
dollar given through the Cooperative Program. 



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BAPTISTS 



August 21, 2007 



Buncombe Baptist Association 
227 Hazel Mill Rd 
Asheville NC 28806 

To the wonderful people of Buncombe Baptist Association , 

We here in Mississippi along with people all across the Gulf Coast Region are 
coming up on the second anniversary of the arrival of a catastrophic storm named 
Katrina. Katrina came upon the shore of the Mississippi Gulf Coast two years ago but in 
reality, she has not left. Rarely is there a day when Katrina and her aftermath are not 
front-page news, and she is always present in the lives of folks across South Mississippi. 

All of that said I want you to know how much we appreciate all of the marvelous 
things you have done over these months to make a difference in people's lives and for the 
Lord. The people from your church and the wonderful people across the Southern 
Baptist Convention have cared, come, contributed, cried, and celebrated with us every 
day and all along the way. Bless your sweet hearts you have made a difference. Because 
of your love and partnership families have been sustained, souls have been saved, 
churches have been rescued from the brink of disaster, and our Lord Jesus has been 
honored. 

Frequently, in what seems like a daily occurrence, someone will ask me if things 
are back to normal on the coast. I am still somewhat shocked by the question. I am 
compelled to respond, "No, and it probably will never be back to normal as we once knew 
it. The good news is we are making progress. There are days that the sun is shining, 
optimism seems to come as a ray of light, and we all have a moment of refreshment as we 
realize that Jesus Christ is still Lord." 

Your partnership and all that you have done, said, and brought has continued to 
be a great reservoir of God's grace touching lives all across the southern part of our state. 
It is just two small words, but one more time permit me to say from the depths of my 
heart and speaking for thousands of others, "Thank You and may God richly, 
abundantly, and gloriously bless you." 



Gratefully yours, 

Executive Director-Treasurer 
Mississippi Baptist Convention Board 



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MISSISSIPPI BAPTIST CONVENTION BOARD 

P.O. Box 530 Jackson, MS 39205-0530 • 51 5 Mississippi Street Jackson. MS 39201 -1 702 • Phone: 601 -968-3800 • 1-800-748-1651 Fax: 601 -968-3928 • www.mbcb.org 



Partnership Mission Opportunities 2008 

Watch for more information on each of these! 




WYOMING 



Opal (oh-pal), Wyoming July 20-August 2, 2008 

We will be building a church in Opal. Teams are needed for these two weeks to 
make it happen! Need to be able to work on site at least 4 days. Wayne Smith 
and Craig Bailey are heading up this project. Plan now to go help! 




MEXICO 



San Fernando, Mexico Spring and Summer 2008 

Renovation needs to be done on a hunting lodge to be converted to a school to 
train Hispanic pastors/teachers and an orphanage. A total of 13 buildings need 
some work done on them to make them ready to use. Teams will be needed to 
work on the buildings. Clark Henderson, pastor of Newbridge Baptist, will be 
heading up this project. 



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SOUTH CAROLINA 

Coastal region of lower South Carolina 2008-2009 

Arms around the Triangle is our name for a regional strategy for Kingdom 
Partnership in the coastal regions of lower South Carolina. This partnership is 
designed to fulfill the Great Commission by planting a duster of churches 
along the coast of South Carolina near Bluffton which will, in turn, train and 
deploy planters and teams in a network/orchard around the globe. Scott 
Shields will be heading up this project. 



For other national and international project opportunities go to: 

www. ncmissions. org 



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Christian Women's Job Corps ® 

A Ministry of WMU® 

CWJC Volunteer Needs and Responsibilities 



Transportation Coordinator: Coordinate needed transportation to interviews 
or medical appointments when mentors were not available. 

Child Care Coordinator: Provide child care for mentee's children while they 
are at an interview or at the doctor's office. 

Newspaper/Job Search Reader: Read the newspaper daily for job possibili- 
ties and clip articles that pertain to poverty, welfare reform, etc. 

Personal Care: Instruct mentees in personal care including dress, make up 
and accessories. 

Tutors: Work with the mentee and/or children when they have difficulty with 
their class work. 

Mentors: Initial commitment is to 3 months of 1-3 hours per week to spend 
with an individual mentee i the role of mentor addressing life skills, spiritual 
growth and job related issues. 

Furniture/Moving Teams: Men are needed who can move and transport furni- 
ture when mentee moves into new apartments. 

Office Volunteers: Volunteers are needed to stuff envelopes, enter data an- 
swer phone etc. and to make phone calls from home. 

Special Events Coordinator: Someone who will coordinate details with 
churches who want to do special events/parties with the mentees and their 
families. 

Volunteers : People who are willing to do whatever needs to be done! 




that the world may know Him 

A list of churches who hum participated in 2000-2007 
in spreading the QoodMws around the world through missions 



International 

Africa - Mountain View 

Australia - Mountain View 

Canada - Fairview 

China - Newfound, Mountain View, Biltmore 

Cuba - Mountain View, Mt Carmel 

Equador - West Asheville 

Fiji - Biltmore 

Ghana - North Point 

Guatemala - Biltmore 

Haiti - Berea, New Morgan Hill 

Honduras - Pole Creek, Grassy Branch, Flat 
Creek, Victory, Morgan Hill, Liberty, 
North Point, West Asheville, 
Mountain View, Newbridge 

India - Biltmore, Mount Carmel 

Italy - North Point 

Malaysia - West Asheville 

Mexico - Pole Creek, West Asheville, 
Newbridge, Fairview 

Moldova - West Asheville 

Mongolia - Mountain View 

Nicaragua - Oakley, West Asheville, Emma's 
Grove, Mountain View, Bent Creek 

Peru - Pole Creek 

Phillipines - West Asheville 

Romania - West Asheville 

Scotland - Biltmore 

South Africa - Freedom, Mount Carmel 

Thailand - Newbridge 

Tobago/Trinidad - New Liberty, Pole Creek 

Uganda/Rwanda - Biltmore 

Venezuela - Biltmore 

Zimbabwe - Biltmore 



Home 

Alabama - Mount Carmel 

Alaska - Morgan Hill,Oakley 

California - Mount Carmel 

Georgia - Newbridge 

Illinois - Weaverville FBC 

Indiana - Newbridge 

Kentucky - North Point, New Morgan 
Hill 

Louisiana - Newfound, Mount Carmel 

Maryland - Newbridge 

Mississippi - Starnes Cove, Biltmore 

Mountain View, Mount Carmel, 
Trinity of Fairview, Zion Hill 
West Asheville, Reed 
Memorial, Pole Creek, 
Merrimon Ave., Weaverville 
FBC, North Point, Newbridge, 
Swannanoa FBC 

Montana - Trinity of Fairview 

North Carolina - West Asheville, 

Trinity of Fairview, Pole Creek, 
Newfound, Newbridge, Berea 
Fairview, Swannanoa FBC 

Ohio - Grove Stone 

Tennessee - Newbridge 

Virginia - Pole Creek 

West Virginia - Barnardsville, 
Swannanoa FBC 

Wyoming - Merrimon Ave., Skyland, 
Pole Creek, Reed Memorial, 
Newfound, Swannanoa FBC, 
Mountain View, Calvary, 
North Point 



Zo Qod be the glonj 
great things He has done! 



LEADERSHIP COUNCIL MEETING 
Monday, January 8, 2007 

11:30 a.m. 
Baptist Resource Center 

MINUTES 

The evening began with dinner at 6:00 p.m. Stan Willet, Moderator, called the meeting to order. 
He expressed thanks for the meal and to those who served it. Stan referred to the minutes of the 
last meeting. There being no additions or corrections, the minutes were approved as printed. 

Susie Black and Bud Dotson presented information about a new alarm system for the Resource 
Center and the Annex Building. Part of the system, which was installed when the building was 
completed, is still usable, but part needs replacing. Several bids have been received, but they are 
waiting for one more. The inclination is to go with the "middle of the road" bid which is from 
Edwards Equipment Company, a company which has been in the business for twenty some years 
and is a local business. A recommendation will be made when all bids have been received. The 
old system keeps getting false alarms (and the Association has to pay for these false alarms), 
there is no alarm system at the Annex Building as it was struck by lightening. The present system 
does not provide fire coverage at all. The cost would be prohibitive to add fire coverage at this 
time. A motion was made by Dr. Bailey that the committee be granted the permission to secure the 
system they feel would best meet the needs (rather than waiting for approval until the next meeting 
which will be in the spring). The motion, seconded by Clark Henderson, was approved. 

Stan gave an update on the meeting of the Administrative Team. It was decided that a 
representative from each group will be the spokesperson for their respective group. 

Bud Dotson gave the Financial Report as printed on Page 6 of the Program. Totals for 2006 show 
a deficit of $12,435 which reflects approximately $1000 monthly deficit due to a shortfall in receipts 
to the budget for the year. The Association was able to meet expenses due to a reserve which the 
Association had on hand. The Gayle D. Brown Ministry Center Debt Balance as of 12/31/06 is 
$152,642.40. If this debt were retired, the Association would have $2743 monthly to put into 
church starts and other areas of need within the Association — thereby focusing on kingdom 
building rather than debt retirement. A motion was made and seconded to approve the formation 
of a committee made up of five to nine members to develop and proceed with a plan for the debt 
retirement of this facility. 

Dr. Craig Bailey brought attention to Norma Melton's report on Church and Community Ministries 
which was accepted as printed on page 3 of the Program. Dr. Bailey expressed how fortunate the 
Buncombe Association is to have Norma as Director of the Church and Community Ministries. 
Craig reported that Edwina Messer will serve as Director of the Christian Women's Job Corps as 
well as the Associational WMU Director. Funding has been received from the State Convention to 
help with the expenses for the Job Corps Director. 

Craig presented information about the ongoing work of Church Planting. The New Buena Vista 
Church which had been meeting in rented space at Asheville Dodge, has combined with South 
Buncombe (a church which had experienced a decreasing membership but had a facility). These 
two churches combined under a new name — Mills Gap Baptist — and began meeting in November 
Several churches in the Association may, in the future, combine ministries or become satellite 
churches for growing churches in need of additional space and/or facilities. Please pray that the 



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Lord would lead in these areas. Craig suggested the churches have an Associational Support 
Sunday and take up a love offering for the work of the Association. 

Gordon Wilson, leader of the Recreation Team, stressed the importance of fellowship and good 
time rather than the competition of the teams involved. We have sixteen basketball teams at the 
present time. The hope is that all athletic ministries will become a witnessing tool for those 
involved. 

James Lamb, Membership Committee, brought as information the combining of the New Buena 
Vista and South Buncombe Churches. The committee has discussed whether or not they need to 
come through the Membership Committee as a new church. The Committee recommends that 
they go through the process of a name change and come into the Association under the 
membership of the South Buncombe Church (which is already in place), therefore, there will be no 
need for the new member process. 

Prayer requests were taken and information was shared regarding the Summer Missionaries 
application process. Unless there is an additional need, the next meeting will be the Spring 
Meeting will be held on Monday, May 7, beginning with a supper meeting at 5:00 p.m. prior to the 
general meeting at Newfound Baptist Church. 

There being no further business, Clark Henderson led in prayer and the meeting was adjourned. 

LEADERSHIP COUNCIL 

Monday, May 7, 2007 

5:00 p.m. 

Newfound Baptist Church 

MINUTES 

Those present: Craig Bailey, Susie Black, Terry Hollifield, Nancy Owen, Steve Harris (New Life), 
Wayne Higgins, Stan Willet, Chris Reese, Edwina Messer, Cathryn Kinser, Bud Dotson, Kyle 
Carver, Norma Melton, Jim McCoy, Kevin Bennett, Jim Holmes 

The evening began with dinner. Stan Willet, Moderator, called the meeting to order. He expressed 
thanks for the meal and to those who prepared and served it. Stan referred to the minutes of the 
last meeting. There being no additions or corrections, the minutes were approved as printed. 

BUILDING DAMAGE REPORT 

Craig shared with the group that a representative from Terminix had looked at the aluminum siding 
around the windows and had found some termite and water damage. Wayne Smith and others 
with Experiencing God through Missions had also looked at the windows and found that the inside 
wood was sturdy and would not need to be replaced. Volunteers working through EGTM would 
provide the labor to fix the windows. Materials and paint would need to be bought. 

Craig also shared that there was damage to the atrium and that we would probably need to call a 
contractor to take a look at the damage and what it would take to repair it. 

Kevin Bennett made a motion that Wayne Smith and EGTM be given the "go ahead" to fix the 
windows and that a contractor be called to look at the damage on the atrium. The estimate to 



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repair the atrium would be presented at the Administrative Group meeting on Monday, May 21. 
Funds for these repairs would come out of the designated "Property Reserve Fund." 

FINANCIAL UPDATE 

Bud Dotson, treasurer, reported that we were approximately $9,000 behind in our budget 
receipts — approximately $1 ,000 behind where we were at the same time last year. 

ASSOCIATION STAFF REPORT— NORMA 

I-26 Rest Area — Easter Weekend 

• good reports from the teams 

• 2" of snow 

• wind completely destroyed one of the tents 
Memorial Day Weekend — all shifts are complete 
Fall Weekend — need one more team 

Three summer missionaries have been hired: Jonathon Eller, West Asheville Baptist; Angela Bolo, 
Merrimon Avenue, and Caroline Burkett, Biltmore. 

World Changers and Youth on Mission will be in Asheville this summer. 

Mountain State Fair Ministry Team has been meeting to make plans for this year's Fair. 

Edwina Messer is new CWJC Site Coordinator. 
ASSOCIATION STAFF REPORT— CRAIG 

Ways we're reaching into the world 

• Newbridge — purchased property in Mexico for training and missionary work 

• Nicaragua — Mountain View continues work there. Eight pastors are being taught through 
Seminary Extension. Some Spanish Bibles have been purchased to be used there. 

• New Church Starts — The Crux and Missio Dei will have an information meeting at The 
Atlanta Bread Company on Merrimon Avenue on Wednesday, May 10. 

• Montford Avenue — prayerwalk is planned 

• Mills Gap and South Buncombe merged 

• Baptismal ratio to resident members for some BBA Churches was high 
Two new church starts — Mills Gap and North Point — among the highest 

Steve Harris, Team Leader for the Church Planting Team, shared that New Life Community 
Church wants to be involved in this new work to reach those in the Montford Avenue area. It's a 
hard ministry, but a very rewarding one. 

Next meeting will be Monday, August 13, 2007, 1 1:30 a.m. at the Resource Center. Persons to 
serve on new teams will be discussed. Team leaders were encouraged to enlist new members. 

Wayne Higgins encouraged the Leadership Council to be much in prayer for the Debt Retirement 
Campaign that will be officially launched at the Spring Meeting, which will convene later this 
evening. 

There being no further business, Wayne made a motion to adjourn 



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Leadership Council Meeting 
Monday, August 13, 2007 
Baptist Resource Center 
11:30 a.m. 

MINUTES 

Stan Willet, Moderator, presided, calling the meeting to order and thanking the Associational Staff 
for making preparations for the meal. Minutes from the last meeting held at Newfound Church 
were distributed. There being no additions or corrections, the minutes were approved as 
presented. 

The building report, outlining the progress that has been made on the building repairs and the 
timeline for completion of the work, was given by Susie Black. 

Bud Dotson gave the Financial Update. Kyle Carver presented the proposed budget for 2008. 
Both items were printed and distributed to the Leadership Council. There will be a meeting next 
week to 'fine-tune" the proposed budget. The proposed budget shows a "0" balance on the line 
item 609899— Interest Expense-Mortgage which was $28,900 for 2007. This will be possible, jf the 
debt reduction plan is successful. There is a new item, 601500 — Partnership Missions Scholarship 
Fund with a proposed budget for next year of $15,000. This would allow us to offer some financial 
assistance to persons participating in missions trips. 

An offer has been received from Andrew and Elaine Gordon who wish to purchase a small strip of 
land that lies between the adjoining lot, our lot and Nancy Street. A copy of the drawing of the strip 
of land in question along with the letter was distributed. The Leadership Council voted to accept 
the offer of $4,000 and apply it toward the debt retirement. 

A request has been received to allow Bert Suttle, a Christian counselor, to use space at the 
Resource Center to provide counseling services to people who call the Center asking to be 
referred to a Christian counselor. A motion was made and seconded to allow a counselor to use 
space at the Resource Center to provide Christian counseling. After a discussion regarding 
liability, insurance, worker's comp, etc., it was recommended that the motion be tabled to give time 
to check with some other associations who provide a similar service to see how they have handled 
these issues. Kevin Bennett and Brian Smith will serve on a team with Dr. Bailey to investigate the 
possibilities. Dr. Bailey will contact Mr. Suttle to let him know that they are looking into the matter; 
it is being reviewed and they will be back in touch with him. 

It was recommended that a Ruth Bell Graham Memorial Fund be established to receive funds for 
the Will Graham Celebration scheduled for 2009. Churches would be notified that this fund was 
available, if they would like to make a contribution in Mrs. Graham's memory for evangelism. It is 
estimated that $300,000 to 600,000 would be needed to fund a crusade of this type. The motion 
was approved. 

Norma Melton introduced Edwina Messer who gave an update on the Christian Women's Job 
Corps progress. This program provides someone to stand alongside a woman who is trying to 
move forward in her life and just needs some direction and/or encouragement to make this 
possible. Churches are encouraged to participate in this program. Women are needed who would 
be willing to serve as a mentor. There will be mentor training later on in September. These 
mentors would need to be willing to give about two hours a week to this program. Some of the 
men of the church might be willing to do some automobile repair, etc. 

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The Summer Missionaries have completed their work. The churches kept them very busy with 
Vacation Bible Schools, summer mission's camp, etc. The budget calls for a possibility of a fourth 
one next summer. We are now in the process of preparing for the Mountain State Fair Ministry. All 
shifts are filled for this ministry. The Bele Chere Ministry was a success. One story from Bele 
Chere — there was a youth group working at Bele Chere and one brought a homeless young man 
to the booth. He was wearing only blue jeans. It was cold and rainy that Friday evening. One of 
the young ladies had just returned from Caswell and had on a sweatshirt from there. She took off 
the sweatshirt and gave it to the young man. They then noticed he was barefooted. One of the 
youth ministers from one of our churches, took off his shoes and gave them to the young man 
(they fit perfectly). This young man walked away fully clothed and saw Christ's love in action. He 
wanted to talk about Jesus, so they were able to share with him. 

Dr. Craig Bailey gave a report on a fantastic and busy year in the mission of the Association. 
Several mission teams were here this year for mission projects. There was a AKSIS team of 
college students from Arkansas who worked in our area. World Changers and Youth on Mission 
teams did an outstanding work through numerous churches and at the Resource Center during 
their time in Asheville. He also shared information about the Associational mission's trip to 
Wyoming where they worked with two churches. 

We are looking forward to celebrating the 125™ Anniversary of the Association at the Fall Meeting 
on October 8, 2007, at New Morgan Hill. Emphasis will be given toward reducing the debt on the 
Resource Center. The group was encouraged to go back to their churches and encourage them to 
respond to the requests for participation in this endeavor. 

Also at the Fall Meeting will be a Parade of Flags representing states and countries where our 
churches have sent mission teams. The Buncombe Baptist Chorale, under the direction of Don 
Welborn, will be singing, along with the New Morgan Hill's Choir. Dennis Thurman will be bringing 
the message. 

The Associational staff is planning a one day retreat at the end of this month. The calendar for 
2008 will be planned. 

Norma reported on Children's Choir Camp, and Children's Mission Camp which had over 100 
participants including children and counselors and counselors in training. There were twelve 
decisions. 

Stan Willet commended the staff for all the work that takes place through this Association. 
The next meeting of the Leadership Council will be held on Monday, October 8, 2007, at 
5:00 p.m. at New Morgan Hill. This will be a dinner meeting. The fall meeting will begin at 
6:30 p.m. 

Dr. Jim Henry will be the interim pastor of Biltmore Baptist Church. Dr. Walker's last day was 
August 12. A transition team has been set up to serve during this period. Dr. Bailey asked the 
group to pray for Biltmore and also for Woodland Hills which is also in a transition period. Prayer 
was requested for Dr. Charles Shelton, Edgewood Church, who is retiring the end of this month 
due to health problems. 

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned with prayer. 



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Leadership Council, Administration Group, Associational Strategy Planning 

Monday, September 24, 2007 

6:00 p.m. 

Resource Center 

MINUTES 

Stan Willet, Moderator, welcomed the group. The meeting was opened with prayer. The minutes 
of the last meeting were accepted as printed. Steve Harris reported for the church planting team. 
Steve shared that the new church starts, Crux and Missio Dei, are combining and are meeting at 
Grace Baptist Church. Both groups are ministering to the downtown "urbanites" of Asheville. The 
pastors Kurt Hannah and Bryan Robbins are working together. Grace Baptist has graciously 
offered their fellowship hall for them to meet on Sunday Mornings. Steve Harris thanked Wayne 
Adkisson, Pastor of Grace Baptist for their support. This church now has about sixty adults and 
approximately twenty children coming every Sunday. The funding received through the 
Association has helped make this possible. 

Steve shared that another new group sponsored by New Life Community is meeting in 
Hendersonville. Also, another church called Mosaic, pastored by Mark Houghton, is meeting in 
Asheville. 

The Blue Ridge Cowboy Church which meets at the WNC Agricultural Center has approximately 
180 people coming every Tuesday evening. Lewis Gibson has been working with Jeff Smith, 
Pastor of the Cowboy Church. 

The Blue Ridge Cowboy Church, which is just under a year old, is going to help sponsor a Cowboy 
Church in North Buncombe area. 

Craig shared that we are going to the board meeting of the Appalachian Church Planting (ACP) in 
October. Two things will be happening there: 1) John Davis, from Mills Gap, will be going to make 
a report to them, since Appalachian Church Planting put some funding into Mills Gap, and 2) we 
will also be talking about ACP helping us with whatever we will be doing in North Buncombe. They 
may also give us some funding, starting in January, to pay the salary of the church planter which 
works with the Cowboy Church and the other mission churches. 

Steve knows of a pastor who wants to plant a Ukrainian Church and who would love to be a part of 
our association. Appreciation was expressed to the church planting and finance committee for 
establishing a budget for church planting. 

The analysis of revenues and expenses (year to-date through August 2007) and the proposed 
budget for next year was distributed and presented by Bud Dotson and Kyle Carver. Currently, we 
have a deficit of $6,274.31. Special emphasis will be given at the fall meeting next month to retire 
the debt on the Gayle Brown Ministry Center. Bud noted that the new budget does not include a 
loan payment for the ministry building. The budget represents a rather substantial increase in the 
budget based on a budget without a loan payment. Bud requested that we make this a prayer 
concern that this debt can be eliminated. If it is not eliminated the budget will have to be 
reevaluated. 

The Buncombe Baptist Resource Center has been contacted by a neighbor wishing to purchase a 
small portion of our property. Surveys are now being done and the papers are being drawn up to 
complete this transaction. 



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The main changes in the proposed budget are as follows: 

601400 New line item for On Mission Celebration (OMC) $ 4,800 

($4800 @ 12 payments of $400) — to be used for Missionary's expenses 

601 500 Partnership Missions Scholarship (if debt is retired) $1 8,000 

603250 BSU (David Stone would like to expand campus ministry to include A-B Tech, 

Brevard and Montreal) $5400 to $6600 (increase of $1200) $ 6,600 

609890 2008 -We will have a full financial audit $ 3,800 

604160 Summer Student Workers (hope to increase to 4) $ 2,000 

A motion was made that the budget be recommended to the messengers at the fall meeting. 

Kevin Bennett updated the group on the situation regarding Bert Suttles, a Christian 
Counselor, who had requested to use the office space in the ministry center to provide 
counseling services. After checking with other associations, it was learned that it had not 
been as easy a partnership as originally thought — the association would still assume part 
of the liability of the counseling services. It was recommended that a list be compiled of 
counselors that would be available to churches and that Kevin and Craig take the current 
list of counselors, review it and update it. The motion was approved. 

Craig shared with the group that those meeting together tonight included the members of 
the association strategy planning team. This team has not been active; and in an effort to 
streamline the structure of the association, it was suggested that the Leadership Council 
do the work of the ASP team. Jackie Collins made a motion that the Leadership Council 
do the work of the Association Strategy Planning Team. The motion was seconded and 
approved. 

The Constitution and Bylaws committee will be meeting several times before the spring 
2008 meeting. They will work to align our present documents with our current format. 

Next meeting for the Administrative Group is Monday, October 22, 2007. 
Next meeting for the Leadership Council will be January 14, 2008. 

Information about the fall meeting was given. A great celebration of the 125 th year of 
Buncombe Baptist Association is planned. There will be a parade of flags — 29 
international and 17 state — which represent almost 2,000 people from our churches that 
participated in missions trips during the last. This represents only those churches that 
reported. 

Steve Harris dismissed the meeting in prayer. The meeting was adjourned. 



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Buncombe Baptist Association Spring Meeting 

Monday, May 7, 2007, 6:30 p.m. Newfound Baptist Church 

Pre-session Music Women's Ensemble "Redeemed" 

Call to Worship "Redeemed" 

Invocation and Welcome Mark Ball, Host Pastor 

Response and Declaration of Spring Meeting Stan Willet, Moderator 

New Pastors and Staff Members Craig Bailey 
Special Recognitions 

Worship in Song "Celebrate the King Medley" 

Administrative Group Report Kyle Carver 

Nominating Report Jim McCoy 

Partnership Missions Team Report Susie Black 

Commissioning of Wyoming Missions Team Stan Willet 

Associational Staff Norma Melton and Craig Bailey 

Introduction of Speaker Stan Willet 

Offertory Hymn "No Other Name" 
Offering 

Worship In Music "Hosanna" Adult Choir 

Message Dr. Johnny Tiller 

Prayer of Commitment Gayle Brown 

Postlude 



2007 SPRING MEETING 

Monday, May 7, 2007 

Newfound Baptist Church 

MINUTES 

The 2007 Spring Meeting of the Buncombe Baptist Association was held at Newfound Baptist 
Church on Monday, May 7, 2007, at 6:30 p.m. Mark Ball, host Pastor, gave the invocation and 
welcome. Stan Willet, Moderator, thanked Newfound for hosting this event and the Women's 
Ensemble for providing the music. Dr. Craig Bailey introduced new pastors and staff members in 
attendance: Rev. Stan Welch, Senior Pastor, West Asheville; Rev. Billy King, Senior Pastor, 
Beverly Hills; Rev. Bob Moon, Associate Pastor of Worship and Senior Adults, Newfound. In 
addition to the new pastors, Dr. Bailey recognized visitors which included Gayle Brown, NC Baptist 



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Retirement Homes and Gordon Benton, Mars Hill College. Rev. Larry Sprinkle who recently retired 
after a twenty-two year ministry at Victory Baptist Church was named (he was not in attendance.) 

Dr. Bailey mentioned the emphasis on winning people to Jesus and baptisms last year through the 
Southern Baptist Convention. He sited a report released recently for the year 2004-05 by the 
Southern Baptist Theological Seminary who did a study of how many churches had a large number 
of baptisms, and quality growth, etc. Of Southern Baptist Churches, fewer than 700 churches of 
over 42,000 in the United States were in the top 1 .5% in baptisms and growth. One of those 
churches was Trinity of Fairview, pastor, Steve Harris, of our Association. Trinity of Fairview and 
Biltmore Baptist were in the top twenty-five percent for baptisms in our state — Biltmore was second 
in the state in baptisms. Even though baptisms were down across the convention and the state, 
Buncombe Baptists increased their baptisms from approximately 940 to over 11 00. Dr. Bailey 
thanked Buncombe Baptists for sharing Christ, for discipling people, and for winning people to 
Jesus. Other churches mentioned for the number of baptisms last year were: Mountain View, Bald 
Mountain, Barnardsville, Berea, Freedom, Inanda, Liberty, Mills Gap, New Life Community, and 
North Point. 

The following Ministry Reports were presented: Kyle Carver presented the Administrative Group 
Report, which included the Financial Report as printed in the Program. He noted that this year 
there will be three Summer Missionaries working through the Associational Office. Jim McCoy 
presented the Nominating Report, which was approved as printed in the Program. The Senior 
Adult Team Ministry Team Leader and the Constitution Committee are incomplete at this time. 

Susie Black presented the Partnership Missions Team Report and gave an update on the plans for 
a group of twenty- eight (representing nine churches in the Association) leaving on June 3, 2007, 
for a mission trip to Wyoming. Buncombe Baptists will be joining North Carolina Baptists in these 
mission projects. A time of prayer and commissioning of this group, led by Stan Willet, followed the 
report. 

Norma Melton thanked Buncombe Baptists for their partnership in ministry. A report is printed in 
the Program which includes the following ministries: The Angel Tree Ministry, the Red Box Ministry, 
the I-26 Rest Area Ministry, Literacy Programs (reaching children and adults), and Christian 
Women's Job Corps. This summer three college students will be working through the Buncombe 
Association as Summer Missionaries. They are Angela Bollo, Merrimon Avenue; Caroline Burkett, 
Biltmore; and Jonathon Eller, West Asheville. 

Dr. Bailey presented a slide program— "Countdown to Freedom — So the World May Know Him!" — 
a campaign aimed at retiring the debt on the Resource Center. If this debt is retired, $2700 per 
month (which is currently the monthly loan payment) could be redirected into ministry opportunities. 
The team volunteering to serve as a committee for the debt retirement was introduced. 

Gayle Brown, Chairman Steve Harris (New Life) 

Wayne Higgins Ronnie Owen 

Johnny Tiller Wayne Adkisson 

Charles Kiser Dennis Thurman 

Bud Dotson Carl Toth 

Kyle Carver Stacey Harris 

Norma Melton Judson Rotan 
Kevin Bennett 



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After the offering and worship in music by the adult choir, Dr. Johnny Tiller delivered the message. 
Matthew 16 was the text. Two questions were asked: (1) Who are the Baptists? (2) What do they 
stand for? He stated that it is either providential or coincidental that the meeting is being held 
tonight in the oldest Baptist church in Buncombe County and on the eve of the 162 nd birthday of the 
Southern Baptist Convention. Using the word BAPTIST as an acrostic, Dr. Tiller shared the 
following: 

B — What do we believe in? Birth — Salvation — you must be born again. 

A — Authority. The word of God is the authority. 

P — Preaching. Preach the word of God. 

T — Teaching. This teaching is not just for children but for adults, as well. 

I — Immersion. Baptism by immersion, which pictures the death, burial and resurrection. 

S — The Supper. The Lord's Supper is symbolic of the broken body and the shed blood. 

T — Together. Working together to advance the kingdom of God. 

Bud Dotson announced that the amount of the offering taken earlier was $2,475.1 1. 
Gayle Brown led a prayer of commitment and the meeting was adjourned. 

MESSENGERS REGISTERED AT THE SPRING MEETING 

ANTIOCH: Rev. Steve Conard 

ARDEN FIRST: Rev., Gayle Brown, Stella Brown 

BARNARDSVILLE: Rev. James Hooper, Nelle Shuford, Mary Alice Maney, W. J. Lohr 

BEREA: Rev. Stan Willet, Jim Holmes 

BEVERLY HILLS: Rev. Billy King, Glenn Stroud 

BILTMORE: Doris Warren, visitor 

BLACK MOUNTAIN FIRST: Rev. David Rayburn 

BUCKEYE: Rev. Judson Rotan, Gwen Rotan, visitor; Etheline Branch, Ray Vess, Ola Mae Vess, 

Jim Parton, Mary Parton 

CALVARY OF FAIRVIEW: Rev. Chris Reese 

CELEBRATION CHURCH: Rev. Tom Lomax, Arnold Dean, Calvin Cook 

CHRISTIAN CREEK: Frank Mcintosh 

DEAVERVIEW: Steven Horvath 

ECCLESIA: Rev. Mike Anderson, Jerry Dotson, Charlie Jackson 

EDGEWOOD: Rev. Charles Shelton, Shirley Shelton, Russell Shelton, Paul Kelly, Debra Kelly, 

Teresa Warren 

EMMA: Rev. Wayne Sorrells, Forrest W. Fox, June Fox, Visitor; Joy Edwards 

ENKA: Rev. Ron Brown, Louise Brown 

FLAT CREEK: Barry Fisher, Essie Verner, Lee Pack, David Roberts, Anthony Angel 

GLADY: Rev. Charles Sprinkle, Lois Sprinkle, Bruce Fowler, Deborah Fowler, Keith Sprinkle, 

Visitor, Rev. Gerald Sprinkle 

GRACE: Cathryn Kinser 

GROVE STONE: Roy Bartlett, Minnie Bartlett, Jan Earley, Sherry Cordell, Nick Ogle 

LONG SHOALS: Rev. Roger Rearden, Rev. Michael Carter, Florence Owenby, Francis Hayes 

MACEDONIA: Rev. Charles Phillips, Aimee Stewart, Jim McNaughton, Claudette McNaughton, 

visitor 

MERRIMON AVENUE: Bobby Peek, Ava Peek 

MILLS GAP: Rev. John Davis, Becky Davis, Rena Nichols, visitors, Bob Silver, Judy Silver 

MORNINGSIDE: Roy Gasperson, Hilda Gasperson, Joyce Honeycutt 

MOUNTAIN VIEW: Rev. Kevin Bennett, Rev. Bob Lueck, Dick Osgood, Howard Carico, Bob 

Yearout, Brent Besosa 



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NEW LIFE COMMUNITY: Rev. Steve Harris, 

NEWFOUND: Kyle Carver, Mark Dorsey, D. C. Whitlock, Earl Boyd, Euleen Boyd,John Roberts, 

Julian Carver, Christine Williams, Bryan Boyd; Visitors: Richard Sluder, Laramie Cox 

NORTH POINT: Charlie Marley, visitor 

OTEEN: Dr. J. Billy Graham, Anne Graham, Bill Wooten, Melvin Hare, Barbara Lowman, Mae 

Ammons 

POLE CREEK: Rev. Dennis Thurman, Rev. Aaron Burgner, Pamela Lipe, visitor; Susie Black, 

Linda Austin, Leroy Campbell, Susan Campbell, Megan Warren, visitor; Derrick McCarson 

REED MEMORIAL: Rev. Randy Melton, Norma Melton, Ruby Bowman, Lee Reedy, Irma Jean 

Reedy, Rev. Lester Crayton 

SKYLAND FIRST: Keith Galyean, Doris Galyean, Joe Harrell, Brenda Harrell, Al Braddock, 

Dianna Braddock, visitor; Kathy Wilson, Mary Works 

STARNES COVE: Rev. Charlie Sams, Nina Fisher, Mark Snyder, Dorothy Robinson 

SWANNANOA FBC: Fred Messer, visitor 

TRINITY OF FAIRVIEW: Rev. Steve Harris 

TURKEY CREEK: Rev. Ricky Townsend, Gary Ponder, Betty Ponder, Rex Ingle, Barbara Ingle, 

Burt Rogers, Cathy Rogers 

VICTORY: Don Davis, Phyllis Davis, Bobby Fisher, Marilyn Fisher, Eric Setzer, Thelma Barnett, 

JoAnn Cole, Jeanette Radcliff 

WEAVERVILLE FIRST: Rev. Jim McCoy, Wayne Higgins 

WEST ASHEVILLE: Rev. Stan Welch, Bill Dockery, Michael Hurst, Bruce Habermann, Donna 

Habermann, Dale Robinson, Darren Browning, Rev. David Tuckery, Rev. Tony Hooper, Jonathon 

Eller 

WHITE ROCK: Curtis E. Britt, Geri Britt, Kay Crowder, 

ZION HILL: Rev. Bobby Smith, Dennis Sams, Jim Young, visitors, Connie Worley, Barbara Worley 

BUNCOMBE BAPTIST ASSOCIATION OFFICE: Dr. Craig Bailey 

142 messengers, 10 visitors registered 

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Buncombe Baptist Association Fall Meeting 

Monday, October 8, 2007 New Morgan Hill Baptist Church 

Pre-session Video presentation of missions and ministries 

Parade of Flags Mike Cribbs 

Invocation and Welcome Roy Houston, Host Pastor 

Call to Worship "Majesty" Buncombe Baptist Adult Chorale 

Congregation Hym n 202 "All Hall the Power of Jesus' Name" 

Response and Declaration of Fall Meeting Stan Willet, Moderator 

Special Recognitions Craig Bailey 

Hymn 10 "How Great Thou Art' 

Nominating Committee and Election of Officers Jim McCoy 

Financial Report Bud Dotson 



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2008 Budget Presentation and Adoption 
Church Planting/Membership Report 
Miscellaneous Business 



Offertory Hymn 572 
Offertory Prayer 
Offertory Music 

Celebration of Missions 

Introduction of Speaker 

Worship In Music 

Message 

Prayer of Commitment 

Postlude 



" / Love to Tell the Story' 
"Go Light Your World" 



"Wonderful Words of Grace' 



Kyle Carver 
Steve Harris 



Wayne Higgins 
Phil and Vicki Teague 

Norma Melton and Craig Bailey 

Craig Bailey 

Chorale 

Reverend Dennis Thurman 

Jonathon Eller 



FALL MEETING 

Monday, October 8, 2007 

New Morgan Hill Baptist Church 

6:30 P.M. 

MINUTES 

The 125 ,h Anniversary Celebration of the Buncombe Baptist Association was held on Monday, 
October 8, 2007, at New Morgan Hill Baptist Church. The theme was "That the World May Know 
Him." After a pre-session Video presentation of missions and ministries, the meeting opened with 
an impressive Parade of Flags representing countries and states in which approximately 2000 
Buncombe Baptists have participated in mission activities during the past year. Mike Cribbs, 
Minister of Music at Mount Carmel Church, announced each mission site as the flags were carried 
and displayed by a member of a mission team serving in each mission area. 

The invocation and welcome was given by Host Pastor, Roy Houston. The Buncombe Baptist 
Adult Chorale, led by Don Welborn, minister of Music, Calvary Baptist Church, presented the Call 
to Worship. After a congregational hymn, Stan Willet, Moderator, declared the Fall Meeting in 
Session. Dr. Craig Bailey, Director of Missions, recognized all agencies setting up displays for the 
meeting. 

Many of the banks representing the world with "Buncombe Baptists" imprinted on them for our 
"Countdown to Freedom" fund drive were presented at the meeting. This represents Buncombe 
Baptists' commitment to missions. 

Woodland Hills was recognized for their giving to the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering- giving the 
largest amount and the largest percentage in the Association and the largest percentage given 
during the past year. 

Some special guests were recognized, including: retired Director of Missions: Gayle Brown and his 
wife, Stella; Former interim Director of Missions, J. Billy Graham, Barbara Wright, former financial 
secretary; Betty Orr, former secretary/receptionist; former officers in association were recognized; 
those who are currently serving or have served in the past as an officer of the association; Sue 
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Ministries; Susie Black, Administrative Assistant and Communications Secretary, Nancy Owen. 
Nancy was recognized for 25 years of service with the Association. In attendance were husband, 
Dr. Ronnie Owen, pastor at Mt. Carmel, Nancy's mom, sister, daughters, sons-in laws, and 
grandchildren. Nancy was presented with a gift and a bouquet of roses. 

Dr. Bailey recognized Don Welborn, who--in addition to being minister of Music at Calvary--is the 
director of the Buncombe Baptist Chorale. The 29 th of October the entire Chorale will be in concert 
at 3:00 p.m. at Beverly Hills Baptist Church and will hold two concerts at the Grove Park Inn during 
the Christmas season. 

Stan Willet, Moderator, expressed appreciation to all the staff of the Association. 

Jim McCoy, Vice Moderator, presented the Nominating Committee recommendations as printed in 
the program on pages 2-5 with one addition, Jamie Johnson was added to the Partnership Team. 
The report was accepted as presented. 

Bud Dotson presented the Financia